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Fan Temp Settings - 2014 CBR 1000RR

 Re: Fan Temp Settings - 2014 CBR 1000RR
Yes. The fan temp settings work ok now. Thanks guys!
 
 Re: Fan Temp Settings - 2014 CBR 1000RR
I haven't been on the forum in quite a while, and just discovered this post. Many thanks for this change. Wish I'd noticed it earlier.
 
 Re: Fan Temp Settings - 2014 CBR 1000RR
Any chance of adding the adjustable cooling fan temperaure to a 2012 M109 32920-48GB1 ECU? It's warm here, now, and this 1800 cc bike just cooks in traffic. Even a hard-coded temperature setting of 95*C would be a blessing. :cry: Hi, this has been added to the latest version of WRT which is available now, we have made the temp setting configurable so you can choose a value from the drop down item in "Advanced Settings".
 
 Re: Fan Temp Settings - 2014 CBR 1000RR
Any chance of adding the adjustable cooling fan temperaure to a 2012 M109 32920-48GB1 ECU? It's warm here, now, and this 1800 cc bike just cooks in traffic. Even a hard-coded temperature setting of 95*C would be a blessing. :cry:
 
 Re: Fan Temp Settings - 2014 CBR 1000RR
Hi I believe this has been fixed, please test the change out on your bike. If it is still not working, please go to "Tools"=>"Send Bin File to Woolich Racing" and also open a support ticket so we can help you further with the issue: http://www.woolichracing.com/support/open.php
 
 Re: Fan Temp Settings - 2014 CBR 1000RR
Were you guys able to fix this? I'd really like to run the lower temp settings, this bike cooks me while sitting in traffic, lol.
 
 Re: Fan Temp Settings - 2014 CBR 1000RR
Thanks for the information, we will check it out and fix in an upcoming release.
 
 Fan Temp Settings - 2014 CBR 1000RR
Just wanted to give a heads up that the 3 optional fan temp settings do not work. I've tried all 3 optional fan temp switch points (85/90/95, 90/95/100, and 95/100/105), the fans will not turn on at all and bike will overheat. The only settings that work are the stock temp settings (100/104/112). I'm glad I found out in the driveway, instead of overheating while stuck in traffic. Also, once you select one of the optional fan temp settings, it will not let you go back to the stock settings. It appears that you are selecting the stock settings, but once you close the advanced settings window and then check it again, the fan temps are automatically changed back to the previous optional setting. It will not save your choice of the stock settings, you have to start over with the stock bin file. Anyway, hope this gets resolved before it happens to anyone else. Thanks.
 
 
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