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  1. #1
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    GSX 1300 R hayabusa oil operating temperature

    Hi, can anyone tell me the general and the maximum oil operating temperature for a GSX 1300 R hayabusa.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RowdyRed94
    European or African?

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    It is a 1999 European model being used in the UK.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stuart P
    It is a 1999 European model being used in the UK.
    Is it, by any chance going to be heavily laden?!?
    Go to hell

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    you guys just cant answer a simple question, can you??

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaMaNP750
    you guys just cant answer a simple question, can you??

    sheesh
    Your answer was . . . oh, I see.
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    No it will not be heavily ladened. It will have a rider and pillion with no luggage.

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    Believe it or not, I did a search and found nothing.

    I'd ask a mechanic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by themeatmanlandry
    Quote Originally Posted by DaMaNP750
    you guys just cant answer a simple question, can you??

    sheesh
    Your answer was . . . oh, I see.
    great point...but it still had to be said....
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    Stuart -

    http://pub18.ezboard.com/faustralian...icID=123.topic

    Man, this is the only thing I found after a twenty minute search... And no tellin' what temperature scale those Aussies are using!

    And after reading this, it looks like it's not specific to your bike, but rather to what oil you're using... I may have missed the mark on this one, but I hope it helps a little. ?
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    Rowdy - yes it is.

    Stuart - why do you want to know? As long as the bike is not overheating - and the gauge will tell you that. What difference does it make what the actual temp is in degrees?
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