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I am going to have to replace my radiator in my car, and was wondering if it is worth it to get the Fluidyne instead of a factory radiator? What should I do?
 
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How much do I need to expect to pay for it?
 

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if your radiator was ok i would say dont do it!
but if yours went bad then yes do it its a very very easy to install i help put one it its strait forward and looks very trick make sure to keep your old one as you will need a few things from it
also you will need a drain tube to attach to the drain plug ,i help put one it its strait forward!
 
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I am probably going to go ahead and replace the entire thing. The thing that is wrong with it is the top of the radiator cracked. I could just get the top replaced, but since it gets so freakin hot here in Memphis, I am thinking that the fluidyne may be the way to go. Thanks for the input guys, I have already spoked to chris at SP....and I guess I will call Summit tomorrow or monday.
 
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i got the fluidyne radiator because there was a crack on top of my radiator as well. the install was fairly easy...

i'm not sure how benefitial it is performance wise for i haven't road raced it. it is definetly a BIG quality difference though and i would recommend it.

i was thinking of replacing a stock one but they were just as much or more expensive! go with the fluidyne if you have the $$$...

i bought mine at SP Engineering. chris seems like a very upbeat dude, i'm sure he can help you out.
 

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Fluidyne Vs. Stock

Isn't the stock unit actually the same price or more expensive than the Fluidyne so it makes even more sense to buy the Fluidyne when the original gives up....

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Re: Fluidyne Vs. Stock

Alex Holdroyd said:
Isn't the stock unit actually the same price or more expensive than the Fluidyne so it makes even more sense to buy the Fluidyne when the original gives up....

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Hi Alex....what are you doing lurking over here?
 

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www.summitracing.com

Fluidyne
FLD-FHP11-93SUP Radiator Aluminum 93-97 Toyota Supra $479.95

1-800-230-3030 or 1-330-630-3030.
 

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Re: Re: Fluidyne Vs. Stock

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Hi Alex....what are you doing lurking over here?

Getting as much info and views on Supra's as possible!!! Just like everyone else!

The other lists are too quiet so to fill up more time I scan through the US listings for more info.

I've been on the www.mkiv.com mailing list for a while and I don't think there are many lists out there for Supra's which I'm not a member of!

Laters G, Have you paid up for Oakington?

Alex H
 
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