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Whats the best Radiator Upgrade for 1200 sedan
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Hey
Looking to upgrade my 1200 sedan radiator cause im having trouble with the temp gauge, keeps telling me the car is HOT and thats with 2 - 5 minutes of starting the car.

So looking to upgrade the radiator and replace the guage aswell but what stable and good this car?

Posted on: 2007/11/28 3:36
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Re: Whats the best Radiator Upgrade for 1200 sedan
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s13 silvia raditor worlg be the best rad for your dollar

but you could allways fix your one

Posted on: 2007/11/28 3:58
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this is my ute the 1st pic is the stock ca radiator and the second is a 75mm alloy ca radiator
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Re: Whats the best Radiator Upgrade for 1200 sedan
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i would suggest checking that the gauge is working properly, and then make sure your thermostat and waterpump are all good before going to extremes and upgrading radiator. unless of course you had planned to do that anyway..


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Re: Whats the best Radiator Upgrade for 1200 sedan
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Frank, is that the type you see on eBay and from most Jap parts joints?
BTW-that core looks real thick!!
Thanks

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gemini by far the cheapest option any rwd gemini radiatot will fit

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yeah ebay, came from china

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i like the cold air intake setup!

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its good to have mates as wreckers

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i would suggest gemini then n14 or n15 pulsar ones.... at least the inlet and outlet match up almost same sides at a12. just need a longer top hose.

Im using one, boof using one and ange using a twin core one on the rotor. all keep temps in check

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