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    Big bore radiator

    Looking into a big bore kit. What are my options do i have with radiator keeping 350 or 363 cool?

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    A cheap Chinese eBay aluminum radiator with proper shroud air flow! You’ll be good to go!
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    Has anyone tried the 3 row radiator for 88-89 models.

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    spending extra money for nothing. chinese all the way they may need a little tweaking on the inlets simple adjustment

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    If you can find an OEM one that has straight fins that would be much better than that Chinese junk. The OEM is same quality as PWM and CBR if you can find one that’s in good shape.
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    I have been running a cheap chinese one for several years. Had to make a little adjustment bracket, but its been working great keeping my 370 and 363 motors cool in MX and XC.
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    Thank you for the input.

    Thank you again

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    agree. have been running them for 6-7 years without ione issue.in several of my R's
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    Seems the Chinese Rad's are good, been selling-using them for years. Little to no issues as Martin stated, except for fitment.

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    Thank you for the input.


 

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