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Discussion in 'Integra' started by adecorzo, Feb 15, 2012.

  1. adecorzo

    adecorzo TronicsClub.com

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    HALF SIZE 94-01 INTEGRA RACING RADIATOR+SLIM FAN+MOUNT | eBay


    my radiator is either cracked or leaking somewhere because i see antifreeze everywhere so im thinking about getting a half size one what do you guys think also this will be the radiator for my turbo build so is this one good enough i don't want to have to buy another one later on :)
     
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    The radiator should be ok if it fits well in the car. The fan looks like a cheapy. it may be worth upgrading the fan down the road but it should be ok for a while.
     
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    well this will be the radiotor i use with my turbo setup so i want to get a good one the first time do you know where a good fan is online?
     
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    Depending on your budget you may want to look into a flex lite fan. I have not used them personally but I have heard good things about them. Another good option would be a hayden universal fan. I have used many of them on customers cars and have not had a problem. look into something like this, Hayden Rapid-Cool 3711 - Electric Fan Kit | O'Reilly Auto Parts It should work great if you have enough room to install it on the radiator.
     
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    The one you have listed i wouldnt get, just based on the fan. My car got hot with a fan like that even with a name brand (fluidyne) half size radiator. The setup i have in my turbo teg now is a cheaper one from ebay, but it has a larger, fully shrouded fan that seals up nice. It came as a kit and has worked nice for me.
     
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    If you have money to spend, Mishimoto makes some good stuff, use the civic half size radiator and slim fam. Yonaka also makes a more budget friendly radiator and slim fan setup.
     
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