kdx 220 2000 overheating

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Any advise to prevent overheating on this bike. Usually it happens on tight woods and hilly areas.
 
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www.evanscooling.com get the NPG+ product If you have a whole lot of money to spend, try all the different water wetters, hi pressure rad caps etc.first. When none of those work, then install the NPG. Follow directions carefully !!-- It's very important that absolutely no water remains in your cooling system when adding the NPG.
 
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had same problem engine ice works ok but i installed a pro-tec super cooler wow does that really work also used on my rmz 250 no more overheating
 
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I was having the same problems, and read on this site somewhere to place duct tape (or something else to block the gap) between the side of the radiator and the frame, and also on the other side between the radiator and shroud. This forces the air through the the radiator. I haven't had a problem since.
 
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sanger said:
had same problem engine ice works ok but i installed a pro-tec super cooler wow does that really work also used on my rmz 250 no more overheating
where can i get the pro tec super cooler
 

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My vote to the Evans NPG+ also. Haven't boiled over since. Its worth the extra $$