When I first got my bike, I noted that the coolant level in the reservoir tank was very slightly below the low mark. Did I want to spend the money to get a full container of Suzuki coolant only to need an ounce or so to top up? No. I topped up with distilled water. Mixing distilled water with the coolant is generally not to be done because it can decrease the efficiency of the coolant but what I had to put in the reservoir was such a ridiculously minute amount, it was not of concern. Here in South Florida, where it is absolutely positively hotter than camel balls, I did not run into any difficulties with the bike not cooling properly. Obviously, you want to keep an eye on your coolant levels just as you should every other fluid level but based on what you have typed, I would not say that you have a major problem.
Remember that the cooling systems should be drained, flushed and refilled with new coolant every two years. Suzuki claims that if their Suzuki super coolant or whatever they call it is used, then the intervals are either three or four years. I don't remember. I have to research that but draining, Flushing and refilling a system is so easy I will probably just stick to it every two years. It is also another way to get in the bike and keep an eye out for anything that may be a problem
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