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Contrary to what @jeckyll may say, there is plenty you can do:
  • light a campfire and do the rain dance to call down that wonderful, engine-cooling liquid from the sky
  • gently rub the engine (counterclockwise!) and in a smooth, calming voice to de-escalate the situation
  • go to Stave Lake and give it a soothing, cooling mud bath; remember, the Predator can't see your bike through the mud
You could also check the condition of the radiator and coolant, operation of the fans, or better yet, take it to a mechanic.
 

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Contrary to what @jeckyll may say, there is plenty you can do:
  • light a campfire and do the rain dance to call down that wonderful, engine-cooling liquid from the sky
  • gently rub the engine (counterclockwise!) and in a smooth, calming voice to de-escalate the situation
  • go to Stave Lake and give it a soothing, cooling mud bath; remember, the Predator can't see your bike through the mud
You could also check the condition of the radiator and coolant, operation of the fans, or better yet, take it to a mechanic.
I stand corrected :ROFLMAO:
 
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