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    radiators

    hey guys my radiator has had it! sooooo time to upgrade!
    any one got any sugestions?, after bolt on i want the fan suround to stay as well!
    cheers

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    Koyo is good and good price .... or ARC...

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    I went for the greddy purley because of the price and the fact it let me keep the shroud. If money was no object it would be the arc all the way
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    yeh ive looked into the greddy option i hate the price but direct bolt on n the fitting of the shroud is a bonous any one tried saber?

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    ARC then Koyo would be my choices

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    Koyo copper core 32mm radiator.

    Uses std endtanks
    32mm thick
    Allows you to retain the standard shroud
    about 3 years ago I paid AU$290 brand new
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    GUEST_JDM Guest
    cheers for all the help guys,
    ended up buying some china random one for the fact i need one 2day as i lost a heap of water lastnight, it retains the fan shroud tho lol
    Give it a few weeks and i should have a koyo one to replacer it, due to all the good fedback about them seems the right way to go
    cheers

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    You can keep the shroud with the 50mm (+) thick Koyos.
    Its a tight fit, but it can be done.

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    what about the apex rad? that any good?

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    GUEST_JDM Guest
    hey guys
    fitted the new raditor its alot thicker than the standard one was suprized how thin the standard one really is,
    new ones bout 50 mm and took me a little while to figure out that the bottom of the shroud and sides clip off lol
    but all in all the cheep mspec job seems okay is a heap better than the standard one thats for sure! at a 100 bucks im not complaining

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