I just uninstalled fork wind deflector because the heat was too hot in brasilian summer. I hope it gets better now.
From Tucson also and agree about the Tiger 800. Worst bike I've owned with regards to heat radiating to the rider. Best , VFR1200F. My '18 is just average.I am sensitive to this issue, because, well, Tucson AZ.
The Triumph 800's were particularly bad for this reason.
You get the same amount as me.This part of the world I wish there was more heat coming from the AT.
Have you got the optional deflectors? Not sure how much they would help but they definitely direct the air from the fans out a bit.I feel this terrible heat on my 2021 atas DCT, so I am very disappointed and thinking to changing to tiger 900 rally pro, thoughts?
Rode the same route, this time at noon. After the tollway exit, I got stuck in a business district traffic for about 15min. On my Ninja1000, this would be the uncomfortable/hottest part of the ride. No airflow to dissipate the heat, engine dumping heat from the expressway ride. The ATAS display showed 39C ambient temp. I was hot because of the sun on my face but no uncomfortable heat from the engine to report.2022 ATAS DCT stock except for SW crash bars. I rode it last week for about 200km. Granted that it is the dry/cool season here in the Philippines until about February, I haven't felt an excessive amount of heat when I was caught in a 20min jam (around 27C temp). On the highway at about (100-120kph), no heat at all.
Too hot to handle, major defect of bike, in humid days, you will go crazyHello All,
I'm considering an 1100 ATAS purchase, and I would like to read about your opinions on engine heat output onto the rider.
Years ago, as I was considering the 1000 AT purchase, I was told that the heat output onto the rider was pretty high, and some thought very high. It was solvable then, with the purchase of Honda OEM set of "wings" to re-direct the engine heat / radiator output away from the rider.
Has this problem been solved with this new model?
Do you still own the CRF1100 that you are so dissatisfied with the heat management?Atas 1100 is remembering tiger 800 which was terrible on heat management
Yes i still do, i love dct and car play, engine sound etc. I also have 850 gs and both of them are for sale and i am keeping one that does not sell.Do you still own the CRF1100 that you are so dissatisfied with the heat management?
Cool.Yes i still do, i love dct and car play, engine sound etc. I also have 850 gs and both of them are for sale and i am keeping one that does not sell.
Pretty humid here in the Philippines. Nothing unbearable on my ATAS so far. On my Ninja1000, yes, because it has two extra cylinders generating more heat.Too hot to handle, major defect of bike, in humid days, you will go crazy
... and maybe because Ninja wishes to rev more often.Pretty humid here in the Philippines. Nothing unbearable on my ATAS so far. On my Ninja1000, yes, because it has two extra cylinders generating more heat.
Correct sir! I miss the whine of an inline four.... and maybe because Ninja wishes to rev more often.