One more thing... back to analogy of the car. Up until 50 C it is considered "cold" as in oil has not reached ideal temperature for doing its thing and pressure is high. And I've seen it go up to 110-120 C in constant free-way higher speeds in the summer. The car is an Audi, by the way. I'm glad the KTM has an oil temp gauge. I consider it important information (I also have an oil pressure gauge in the car, and you can see how the pressure goes down as oil temp rises). Oil temp and pressure are important information for decisions when to give the motor a break, if thinking on the longevity of the motor. Although these things are much more durable today, with better tolerances, better materials, almost irrelevant to worry about.