There were some conversations on the Forum regarding how the bike might react to high ambient temperatures. The bike felt fine during today's 102F ride. Performance wise, it seemed to have that kinda cool increasing throttle sound when you're actually holding the throttle at a steady position--reminded me of my old Z1 bracket bike after I put in a big cam. The rad'r fan, heretofore not operating, came on when sitting at a longer traffic light. BTW, if the bike's on the lean side, it should like hot weather, right? (You have to richen up when its cooler, yes?). Anyway, from a rider/comfort perspective, I was pleased the bike didn't seem to have any undue hot spots.