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Can anyone confirm this? I know the auto is not the same but what about the 5spd and the 6spd?

i could buy a fluidyne that is presently on an NA, is it the same that does on the TT?

thanks a lot

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why the hell would someone want to put a $500 radiator on an n/a? is it at least an n/a-t?
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Canadian monster
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no, it is a simple NA, he bought it like that, guess it was for the look...
 

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jt granberry said:
why the hell would someone want to put a $500 radiator on an n/a? is it at least an n/a-t?
-jt
maybe because they wanna replace a busted radiator?
:freak: no need to get all worried abt someone babying their car.
 

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i would assume it would be the same. Check the parts numbers on the original radiators between NA and TT if they are the same then a fluidyne made for an NA or TT should fit.
 

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They are the same. I sell Fluidyne's all day long to my n/a customers and have not heard of one fitment problem.

Forza,
Kevin
 
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