I can't find the original thread, so this is a new one. I rode my 2014 R1200GS today in 90 degree F heat. I shut the bike off and felt the temperature of various parts of the right and left sides of the bike near the radiators and seat. The right side is definitely much hotter, all the way from the radiator exhaust shroud back to the seats. Just using your hand, you can feel a big difference in the temperature of plastic parts, engine guard and the right side of the drivers and passengers seats. The aluminum electronic module under the right side of the drivers seat also gets hot adding to the problem. Since this part has the shape of a heat exchanger, I would assume it is also generating heat. The parts on the left side of the bike were slightly warm, but not enough to cause and discomfort to the driver and passenger. I will rig up an exhaust shroud extender to push the exhaust from the radiator outlet out further away on the right side of the bike. I'll report how well this works. I don't think the left side gets hot enough to worry about.