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    Aftermarket Radiator?

    If I need a new rad, is it worth going aftermarket?

    Are they much lighter... Ideally I want my teg to weigh as little as possible, its an NA setup, so weight is a big issue.

    How much lighter are they?

    #2
    I don't know off the top of my head but it is light enoguh to notice a difference when you pick them up. but if you ahve the cash. jsut get a fluidyne.

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      #3
      koyo 92-00 civic radiator. thicker core than fluidyne if im not mistaken.

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        #4
        you won't notice a difference until you track....when i say track, i mean more than a few runs at a drag strip.

        Atleast that's what i've noticed with my fluidyne. After a full day of roadracing (with breaks), some cars were beginning to get heat soaked, where as mine still felt normal.

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          #5
          are those tiny Civic rads really a good idea?

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            #6
            it's true alot of the Civic rads are thicker core. But, it is also half the size overall..

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              #7
              it's half the width, but twice as thick.

              full-race is selling the PWR civic radiators for $280.

              pretty damn good deal.


              www.full-race.com/store

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                #8
                mark: u got urs yet?

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by KraZEtEggIE
                  mark: u got urs yet?

                  i'm worrying about engine later.

                  no.

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