Great way to keep an eye on engine temperature.
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These Temperature Stickers are Awesome. They are true to Temp, You want to know How she is running, Get a Temp Gun or these stickers. You can attach these stickers were ever you choose. I put on Cylinder, Clutch Cover, and on Lower Radiator. They work and are Durable.
Great addition to your bike, I run one on my Top left radiator to keep an eye on the temp while sitting on pre-grid
They stick on nice and work.. does take a few mins for the heat to activate the temps on sticker but it tells your that right in the product description
Received them quickly ,work great . Everybody should have at least 1 on their bike/Atv .
I run these on everything on our bike that builds significant heat. Cylinder head, shock resivoir, crankcase...i would recommend grabbing a few to make sure your machines run the same consistant temperature.
Pretty cool that this cheap sticker can give u engine temp. I have them on all bikes they also stay stuck pretty good never had one rip off by power washer yet
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Question asked by siggee
Question:Q: What are the dimensions of the stickerQuestion asked 1 year 8 months ago
Question asked by kx77cody
Question:Q: How do you know when your bike is to hot does the stcker turn a certain colorQuestion asked Over 9 years ago
Question answered by hondarobUser's contributor status: MotoSport Staff ExpertQuestion answered Over 9 years agoAnswer: A: the heat it is running at will reflect on the stick as per box. it will go up and down depending on how hot it is
Question answered by BmermanUser's contributor status:Question answered Over 9 years agoAnswer: A: Not all bikes run at the same temperature.These stickers are very helpful in obtaining an accurate temperature of the component they are placed on. To know if your bike is too hot or not you would have to refer to your bikes specific owners manual. One of the biggest factors of a bikes normal temperature is if your bike is a four stroke or a two stroke.
Question asked by Jonny922
Question:Q: Just wanting a decent estimate on how long these stickers last?? Will they start to wear or stop working over timeQuestion asked Over 10 years ago
Question answered by BmermanUser's contributor status:Question answered Over 10 years agoAnswer: A: The answer to this question depends on a lot of different factors. For example your riding style / riding conditions along with how well you take care of your bike and or how often you wash your bike. Like with anything yes it will eventually wear, but I can personally vouch that if you take good care of your bike and wash it regularly you will get your moneys worth. I have had these stickers on my bike for a year and a half now and they show no signs of peeling/loosing their grip. They work just as good as the day I bought them.
Question answered by james718User's contributor status: MotoSport Staff ExpertQuestion answered Over 10 years agoAnswer: A: These are really stout. I've seen these last a while on my buddies bike. I would hit it directly with a pressure washer, as that might peel them off.
Question asked by 5thpinned
Question:Q: Custom fit.Question asked Over 10 years agotemperatures on two strokes and four strokes are different. does it come with different applications? like the head temperature mainly??? a four stroke gets hot but two strokes stay pretty cool in comparison.
Question answered by FiZZZUrPUser's contributor status: Expert MotoSport StaffQuestion answered Over 10 years agoAnswer: A: These are not bike specific and you can put them anywhere you want to read temperature.
Question answered by BmermanUser's contributor status:Question answered Over 10 years agoAnswer: A: The application of these stickers for a 2 stroke or a 4 stroke is the same. Yes not all bikes run at the same temperature but the temperature range on these stickers are large enough too cover both 2 stroke and 4 stroke safe operating temps. To find out what your bikes normal operating temperature is refer to your bikes operators manual.
Question answered by mrjataUser's contributor status:Question answered Over 10 years agoAnswer: A: On the top left radiator is a great place. That is my return side and will be the hottest place.
Question asked by cjardine
Question:Q: Exactly where does everyone place these?on top of radiaters @cylender walls?Question asked Over 11 years ago
Question answered by DrewKlannUser's contributor status: Expert MotoSport StaffQuestion answered Over 11 years agoAnswer: A: Most of time you put them on the side of the cylinder wall.. I guess it's your call over all, but they will work basically anywhere you want to read a temperature.
Question answered by BmermanUser's contributor status:Question answered Over 11 years agoAnswer: A: Where you place the stickers depends on what temperatures you are concerned about. A lot of riders place them on their radiators, cylinders, and oil case. Or you can split them up among different bikes. I ride a Yamaha YZ 450 f and I have one sticker on my radiator and one on my cylinder head. The third one I gave to my son for the head of his Yamaha TTR 125. It is best to place the stickers on the cleanest, flattest area of the component you wish to observe. Not on any uneven or dirty surfaces. The more metal that comes into contact with the back of the sticker the better.