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Replacing Radiator

Discussion in 'Integra' started by BseriesBeast, Apr 5, 2008.

  1. BseriesBeast

    BseriesBeast New Member

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    I'm planning on doing a JDM front end conversion on my Integra soon the radiator support is all banged up from the previous owner.. and looks like it was fused together or something. I'm going to take that out and put in a new one. But I figured I might as well change the radiator too.. I don't know if that's really necessary or not.. any thoughts?
     
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    ls/vtechatch91 New Member

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    might as well since ur gonna do a full front end converssion.. just so you know its new.. know what i mean
     
  3. BseriesBeast

    BseriesBeast New Member

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    Yeah I probably would've done it, regardless of what you guys suggested lol.. Just like getting that second opinion. Especially from u guys on the forum.. very knowledgeable.

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  4. Uncle Buck

    Uncle Buck JDMDecals.com guru

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    i thought when you do the JDM front conversion on that gen, you need to replace it anyways?? cus the healights are different and bolt up locations for the bumper is different..... atleast my old roomates 97 was like that
     
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