I disagree - a properly working cooling system keeps the operating temperature EXACTLY within the window where the engineers had intended it to be... how can you arbitrarily describe this as 'hot'? By whose standards?
Dodes - I have never overheated in years of riding at Glamis.- and its on at 208F, just to be accurate..
By my own
I live where it is not uncommon to be 90 to 100 degrees F with 100% humidity in the summers.
Ride a stock or modified 660 in those conditions. Yes, I have owned them, and ridden quite a few.
Feel the heat radiating off of them, it's not warm, it is Very hot.
Now, turn the fan on manually, and magically, it is Very noticeably not nearly as hot.
Engineers design a machine to work where on the globe?? Everywhere!!
So the machine is designed so it can function in various climates.
Yes, I have been out west, through many deserts, and it gets Hot...but I assure you it's nothing like the humidity of the south east.
There is no one size fits all.
As I said, you cannot make the engine run too cold, but you Can knock it down a few degrees.
There legitimate reason why So Many people mod engines to run cooler.
To each their own.
You run your machines factory hot...I'll cool mine down some.