A thought on this thermobob thing
Just a thought, and I'm seeing two camps here, the for and the against, or just don't want to fork out the money for the bob thing. It occurred to me that having the coolant temp rise and fall while the motor was running and riding, that a colateral effect of this would be the carburation running from rich to lean, rich to leam, ets, back and forth, giving a somewhat poor carburation to the engine, even when compensated for with either a carb kit or the needle adjustment. Anybody think they are experiancing this symptom? Thus it could be argued the need for a 'bob' to keep the temps at a 'mean', and clean up carburation.