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Barely have 300 miles on it and it seems like it's running super hot everytime I take it out. The gas tank is even hot on my thighs. Anyone else's bike doing this? It's 90° outside so it's hot but still I don't think the bike should be pushing 180° - 195° right? Or am I wrong? Help me out fam
 

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Barely have 300 miles on it and it seems like it's running super hot everytime I take it out. The gas tank is even hot on my thighs. Anyone else's bike doing this? It's 90° outside so it's hot but still I don't think the bike should be pushing 180° - 195° right? Or am I wrong? Help me out fam
180-195 is normal. It will even get to 215 when it's sitting in traffic.
 

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2022 Yamaha YZF-R7 “Blurple” ; formerly 2001 Suzuki TL1000R Yellow ; ordered 2022 Honda Grom Yellow.
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Mine runs at 176-180 on cool days with no traffic. As soon as I sit idling, the temp rises quickly. The fans do kick in somewhere in the 220's IIRC. Not to worry. Enjoy your new bike!
 

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I can't speak for all of them but I do know that the Panigale V4S becomes unbearably hot on warm days
 

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most people say it's an inherent trait with Ducatis but i can't say for sure about the ones I don't know about hehe
 

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most people say it's an inherent trait with Ducatis but i can't say for sure about the ones I don't know about hehe
It's definitely a Panigale thing. My 899 is extremely hot.

Don't even feel the heat on my R7!
 

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Every Ducati Ive ever owned is hot! like sitting on an oven hot. I rode my r7 for the first time today and noticed some heat around the gas tank but it was welcomed, it was around 50* outside, I needed some heat. I could've probably rode in a man thong on my old duc
 

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Bike running hot, ride faster. Seriously, it needs a lot of airflow. This has been the case for a while with Yamahas, the motors put out a lot of heat. Slow moving, in traffic, it can get quite warm.
 
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