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i need a new radiator bad, i dont want a plastic one and i dont really like the idea of having to modify parts of my engine bay to put the summit one for$280 and idk about the fluydine for for 370 whats a good aluminum radiator that i dont have to do modifications to for it to fit
 

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Mishimoto. It's 1/2 the price of a Fluidyne and doesn't have the same tendency to leak.
 
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i need a new radiator bad, i dont want a plastic one and i dont really like the idea of having to modify parts of my engine bay to put the summit one for$280 and idk about the fluydine for for 370 whats a good aluminum radiator that i dont have to do modifications to for it to fit
i think the summit rad is a direct bolt in....

also there are these choices...

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Any of those should fit the bill. There's also Be Cool but they're rather pricey and I've heard they have problems too. I'd go with Griffin, Fluidyne, or Summit. For the cooling system, you shouldn't scrimp if at all possible.
 

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im really liking the Mishimoto one i think its gunna be the winner, thanks alot guys big help
 
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