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>O degrees C should be 5.5K ohms (freezing) >7.2 degree C is 4.5K ohms.. (observed) >20 degrees C should be 2.5K ohms >40 degrees C should be 1.25K ohms >60 degrees C should be 600 ohms >80 degrees C should be 320 ohms >100 degrees C should be 190 ohms (boiling) --- and I (clive) will add a couple more points: 120C approx 112,7 ohms 140C approx 71,2 ohms --- Reference point - just checked mine.. (unknown) 45F (7.22222C) - 4500 (4.5k) ohms.. Which looks about right.. and all the above are the same spec. as the Mercedes coolant temp sensor B11/2 for KE fuel injection (clive) " === "I meant to post this some time ago, but I had some difficulty finding the correct data. Assuming that the R1150RT and the R1100RT share the same sensor and RID, then a gentleman named Bill Moss once did a study about the correlation between bars on the RID and temperature of the fluid at the sensor. He did this with a digital temperature gauge and a carefully heated pot of oil. I hope he doesn't mind my sharing this. He did publish the information on the big list, so I think it's OK. The results were: BAR C F 1 40.17 104.30 2 64.45 148.01 3 78.33 173.00 4 87.83 190.10 5 105.81 222.46 6 131.98 269.56 7 148.15 298.67 8 158.57 317.43 9 168.90 336.02 10 172.74 342.93 "

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