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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 06-22-2012, 08:27 PM Thread Starter
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Gets too hot

I have a Teryx 750 2010. The box (consol) beside driver gets so hot that the metal screws get too hot to touch. Does anyone else have this problem?
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I have a Teryx 750 2010. The box (consol) beside driver gets so hot that the metal screws get too hot to touch. Does anyone else have this problem?
What screws?



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The small screws that hold the middle conslole down. Also the middle console gets very warm. The gear shift shaft also gets warm enough to make you not want to hold on to it. Is this normal or should I check something? Buddy
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why do you hold onto the shifter ?
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I would say normal.



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Yeah on a hot day, running the bike good it gets very hot in there. If you have a windshield move it up an inch from the frame, helps with airflow.
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why do you hold onto the shifter ?
I don't. Just noticed how hot it gets and wanted to know if that was normal.
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Yeah on a hot day, running the bike good it gets very hot in there. If you have a windshield move it up an inch from the frame, helps with airflow.
Thanks. I will try that. I am having a great time with my machine. Buddy
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I would say normal.
Thanks. I will stop worring about the heat and keep enjoying the ride. Buddy
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just put on a half windsheild this week. about 75 degrees when i went out crusing. my cockpit was very warm never noticed how warm until i installed the windsheild. hope moving it up will help. the motor should be in the front just like a car or snowmobile
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