So, I finished my AV10 build a couple weeks ago, and just last week got and installed the Trail Tech Vapor setup. From what I read, here and in the manual, I set up the temp sensor and reset the computer so it would recognize it. I didn't see anything about having to calibrate it, though, so I'm unsure....
Anyhow, I'm getting what seem to be insanely high temps on extended rides. If I'm putting around my neighborhood at 35-40mph, it'll hover around 385-390. However, if I hit a steep hill or open it up for a full speed run (I'm hitting 54mph right now) the temps will steadily climb to max out around 460.
Which seems way too high.
I haven't had any seizures, soft or hard. When I come to a stop, or even just slow down, after riding at that temp, the sensor indicates the temp slowly lowering again. The engine sounds happy too, for what that's worth. It idles perfectly and starts up with 3' of pushing. I have no air leaks.
Here's my setup, for reference:
AV10 stock cases
Malossi 2-petal reeds
19mm doppler intake
19mm phbg (92 main, 50 idle, 60 starter, 50 slide, needle 2nd notch from top)
Malossi E12 air filter
doppler 50cc cylinder
malossi high comp head
doppler exhaust pipe
dopppler er3 clutchless variator
doppler er2 clutched drive pulley
Treats mbk cdi le partie, timed at 1.5mm btdc
Should I drop to 1.2 or 1.3mm btdc to try and put more heat in the pipe? Thoughts?