Is your bike constantly running hot? Are you tired of having to flip a switch to turn your cooling fan on? We are now offering a Low Temperature Radiator Fan Switch for Suzuki sportbikes. This little jewel will turn your fan on between 180-200 degrees F. to ensure lower running temperatures. (Stock sensor comes on between 215-225). Comes with full instructions.
*NOTE - Stock connector will NOT plug into the HAY1028 switch. You must remove the wires from the connector.
Is your year not listed? That's because Suzuki quit using a temperature switch to activate the fan. Instead they have the ECU do it. If you'd like your fan to come on sooner - check out our ECU Reflashing Service
Posted by trunkbuster on 30th Mar 2015
This temp sensor works great! I've put it to the test in the middle of the summer in stop and go traffic with a heavily modified Busa with high compression. Temp gauge goes near the half-way line but never goes past it. I removed the wire connectors from the stock connector and permanently connected them inside the sensor with hi-temp glue from a glue gun. I then added my own connector after the sensor to make it more plug-and-play.
Posted by Unknown on 13th Mar 2015
This switch is the same honda use for accord. Just go to the junk yard and get a plug from a honda accord, civic dx all the same.
Posted by Unknown on 3rd Sep 2014
Awesome addition to my bike. As we all know our 1300s really don't appreciate stop and go traffic. With this addition she handles it a lot better now.
Posted by Unknown on 27th Jun 2014
The shit works great keeps bike under 205 i have an 04 gsxr 1000 and to wire it was dumb there is no harness made my own to cover the wires i used a spark plug wire head from a ford it fit the sensor perfect just a tip good product but needs wired in the original clip doesn't match up...
Posted by Kenny on 17th Jun 2014
Awesome! I typically ran a temp of 220-235. Now 215 max on a 90 degree day. Its worth every penny.
Posted by Carlos -Throttle Mob MC on 30th May 2014
Part works but i had to modify it as they stated. A harnest to actually fit the sensor would be great.
Posted by Busa joe on 30th May 2013
Great product busa never over heats