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Thread: Radiator Refurbishment

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    Hi, The radiator on my car has developed a very slight leak . Should I buy an aftemarket radiator or has anybody had their radiator refurbished ? If so, where did they have the work carried out ?

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    Koyo all the way.

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    As above, direct replacement to OEM install as shown
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    Yes, I got a Koyo.
    1996 Green NSX-T manual

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    Looks like an aluminium radiator is the way to go. Do I need to purchase any other parts apart from new hoses and clamps. Where is the best place to purchase a Koyo radiator?

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    You'll probably not beat a Black Friday deal at Torque GT:

    https://www.torque-gt.co.uk/koyo-per...iator-nsx.html

    I certainly couldn't find cheaper when I purchased this time last year
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    Quote Originally Posted by Formula 91 View Post
    Looks like an aluminium radiator is the way to go. Do I need to purchase any other parts apart from new hoses and clamps. Where is the best place to purchase a Koyo radiator?
    Direct replacement - also includes new 10mm fixings. At the price in the previous post its a steal.
    Mike

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    Quote Originally Posted by FlyNavy View Post
    You'll probably not beat a Black Friday deal at Torque GT:

    https://www.torque-gt.co.uk/koyo-per...iator-nsx.html

    I certainly couldn't find cheaper when I purchased this time last year
    Thanks for the heads up

    Ordered

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    Hi, i have been on the forum and noted that a rubber seal from Toyota/Mazda is required for the radiator replacement . Does anybody know the part number ? Is a new drain plug also required from Koyo ?

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    I've installed a KOYO rad in mine. I don't know what seal you are referring to. The new rad comes with the drain plug and the rubber seal required for it.

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