Originally Posted by Cabinfever1977
My engine ran so hot that if it rained while riding my bike, my engine was always dry.
You could probally cook food on top of these engines.
Road side barbeques.
A little concerned that it "ran" and doesn't "run".
Definitely could cook on what I'm working with though. It's not that it's boiling water, it's how quickly it gets to that point that worries me. And how much hotter I saw it get that day *after* the point where it would boil water. That combined with people here saying that their motors can go wide open without getting water to sizzle and pop on it, and I go half throttle and take pedal breaks to cool down and I still am that hot... all of that combined makes me pretty confident that there is a problem.