Re: Is There a Solution to Grizzly Overheating?
I have a '00 Grizzly and it has not overheated on me yet. It does get warm but that is the nature of the beast. When you have a massive power plant between your legs you will feel the heat. The side shields help channel the heat out the back and the only time I feel it is when I stop. This is not a big deal like some people try to make it. Actually, in the winter it's a benefit. I have never heard of a vapor lock problem but did read about a couple guys fouling plugs by slow running. I try to tach it up occasionally on the trail and blow it out and have not yet experienced this problem. Some say to try a hotter plug for slower running. All in all, I am very pleased with my bike so far. The best advice I can give you is GET ON,SIT DOWN,SHUT UP & HANG ON. Keep rippin', Doc