The only problem with this is, when you are stuck in traffic with the fans reversed, the temps. KEEP Going UP!
I've also tried reversing 1 fan but still no good! For a Street Bike, I would not, ever take off 1 of the fans! But Hey What ever works for you, right!?
OK Guys, This is What I did last year, I went to Radio-Shack and bought a switch, So That I Could Have Full Control Of The Fans!
The switch is called a dp/dt switch or something like that! If anyone is interested I will get you the actual part#!!??
So when in traffic I leave as stock! Brings temps. Down like normal!
Once you get rolling, I move the switch 1 position the fans stop, then move the switch 1 more position the fans reverse!
temps. come down!
Then once I am up to speed, I bring the fans back 1 position, again the fans stop, then temps. continue to come down every time! Once I am under 195-200deg. I switch the fans to come on as in the stock position!!!
Thank you, thank you very much!!
[QUOTE=andres]The reason the temperature does not go down onced you hit the open road is because by then the cooling fans are running and as you may have noticed the fans flow air from outside to inside. This is fine at low speed but at higher speeds you don't get much flow because of air wanting to flow from inside out... think about it.
What some have done is removing one of the cooling fans. Before my RC became track only I had both fans configure to flow air from inside to outside. It made a significant difference at lowering the temperature once you get up to speed.
I did this by simply reversing the connections. Try it and you will notice the difference.