After bleeding air you need to add water/antifreeze to the radiator (which is a pain to get to) and you may have to bleed it more than once.
Hello, i bled the coolant by unscrewing the 8mm screw above the headers; It took the air out, put the screw again and filled the front reservoir with more coolant. I tried it out this morning for 10 minutes and temperatures went up to 215. I did not have more time to try it more, but I think I still have the issue. do you guys know what is the normal operating temperature on the high lifter? I bought this vehicle from a dealer in virginia and brought it down to central america, so the official dealer/service is not that reliable. The radiator was washed, and the air filter cleaned as well. I am not getting the check engine light either, so I do not think is an engine problem. Any other suggestions? I also have a 900xp and never had this issue in the past. Thank you, all of your help is highly appreciated.