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I know I joke around alot, but I was serious about the engine water temp gauge. I would like to see one on all liquid cooled TM's. These things are too expensive to let them overheat because some tech is too lazy to look in the radiator.
Better to have an overheat shut down. The tech can't see the gauge when he's cleaning.
 

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Better to have an overheat shut down. The tech can't see the gauge when he's cleaning.
I agree and I think the overheat shut off is great, but I would still like to see a gauge. A gauge can give you some lead time to things coming, like a failing water pump. If you notice that the average engine temp starts gradually rising it can give you a hint of a water leak or worn pump impeller. This would avoid an annoying overheating shutdown in the middle of a job.
 
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