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Started by Ales Priban, April 11, 2012, 10:36:06 AM

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Ales Priban

April 11, 2012, 10:36:06 AM Last Edit: April 11, 2012, 04:31:05 PM by Ales Priban
Hello there,

Maybe this question already here, if yes im sorry but i didnt find it.

I want to ask why to cover the radiator in game?:) Was searchning everywhere around to find the reason but i failed.

Could someone tell me please ?  :D

Thx in forward and cu on the track :)

laraarsa

To keep the engine in the optimum temperature range:
KC3:50
KC1:50
KS1:50
FS250:60

Nitrox

Lars, which outside temp are you referring to? I think it depends on air temperature right?

I'm not quite sure about the cover yet, but if temp is not optimum, the warning light is on, right?
I used about 10-15% yesterday on kc3, 22° air temp.

laraarsa

Quote from: Nitrox on April 11, 2012, 10:55:05 AM
Lars, which outside temp are you referring to? I think it depends on air temperature right?

I'm not quite sure about the cover yet, but if temp is not optimum, the warning light is on, right?
I used about 10-15% yesterday on kc3, 22° air temp.
Your engine should be about 50 or 60 degrees. Offcourse this isn't always possible. Yes warning light is on if the temperature is either too low or too high.
It depends on air temperature how warm your engine gets. That's why you can put less or more cover on.

DontLook

I can post some info available in telemetry data.

Kart | Lower Temp Warning | Optimum | Higher Temp Warning
FS250 | 52 | 60 | 72
KS1 | 42 | 50 | 62
KC3 | 42 | 50 | 62
KC1 | 42 | 50 | 62

Your display shows water temp. Engine temp is usually 2-4 degrees higher.

Ales Priban

Thanks alot guys. Its way much complicated than i thought  ;D

Nitrox

Lol I misunderstood Lars' posting, I thought he was posting % of radiator cover. That was why I was confused because of static values. Regarding it as ideal engine temp, it makes perfect sense ;)

EVO

i saw the low temp light go on the other day.it was cool
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