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B16 Into 92 Civic Cx

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> EG-EK / DC' started by Bns773, May 3, 2003.

  1. Bns773

    Bns773 Member

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    Hello All, I'm about to do a swap on my Civic next week and I got all the parts except one, the radiator.
    I've heard that you can keep the radiator but I live in Texas and in the summer it gets to hot. I've looked and searched but could not find a post with the same problem.
    Could someone please help.

    Thanks
     
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    hello and welcome to HS... i'm 90% sure that the '94 del sol VTEC radiator will fit and work fine with your application...
     
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    just use the radiator you have. it'll be just fine.
     
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    I have a b16 in my 92 cx and the stock raditor works fine
     
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    i put a teg ratiator in mine
    bigger than stock :D
     
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    Well, i had the little dinky radiator in mine with AC when i got my swap finished at the beginning, then i took my AC out and put in a GSR radiator. That radiator blew it's endtanks so I got a GSR radiator with brass welded end tanks. The brass radiator with end tanks cost me 100 bucks used. It worked fine but didn't really notice a different. If i wanted to visually see a difference i should have gotten a water temp gauge. I believe that it must run a little cooler.


    Milan
     
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