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93 civic radiator into 91 civic

Discussion in 'General Tech and Maintenance' started by racingtopher, Feb 22, 2005.

  1. racingtopher

    racingtopher Member

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    How hard and what do i need to do this?

    Is it worth the extra space?

    Does the engine run hotter?

    Pros & Cons?

    Thank you
     
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    what's your goals here???

    turbo? then def worth the space...
     
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    I have a radiator designed for 92-00 its got 6k miles on it. Made by Koyo, OEM Replacement. I upgraded to a Fluidyne when I did my swap. PM me if interested, I'll sell it for 40$, its basically new.
     
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    Okay, i do plan on boosting later when i got the money, so yeah, ill probably want the space.

    But want to know what i'd need to do to fit it in.

    Custom brackets?

    And that radiator, 94CivicSlow, sounds like a goo deal, but I live in Hawaii.
    Shipping usually makes it not worth it.
     
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    prob be easier to go to a junkyard with a battery sawzall, cut the brackets from the civic, take the radiator, fan and hoses...
    then fab the brackets to your car..

    the work required is simply fab work...
    so it all depends on whos doing it...
    i would assume electronic plugs may need to be changed for the fan as well, but i would suggest a slim fan for even more room for piping and such
     
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    So pretty much just Fabbing brackets.

    does the teg hose fit the radiator?
    I got a B16A in my civic.

    Got a slim FAL fan already.
     
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