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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 05-09-2012, 07:38 PM Thread Starter
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Hayabusa Radiator

Does anyone have a Hayabusa radiator laying around?

I am looking for the dimension of it...
W x H x T.


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Probably 18 by 10 and about 3 inches deep.
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Probably 18 by 10 and about 3 inches deep.
Okay, can you be a tad bit more exact?
I need to replace the TZ radiator... Due to a lapse, in talent.

A new unit is far more then I would sell a kidney for...
So, I was told a Suzuki radiator could be modified.
What I need to find, is one that measures 17" x 8.75".

With that said... is it 18x10?

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Yep, definitely longer than 17 and pretty much exactly 10 inches high.
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I have a nice F2 radiator for you. You could make any radiator work just as long as the in and out of the radiator are on the correct sides and the mounting tabs are generally close right? A radiator is a radiator right?

What's this lack of talent crap?

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I have a nice F2 radiator for you. You could make any radiator work just as long as the in and out of the radiator are on the correct sides and the mounting tabs are generally close right? A radiator is a radiator right?

What's this lack of talent crap?
I believe, the in and outs can be moved. Same with tabs and what nots.
The only things that matter are Width and Height and that it is curved.

As far as the "lapse" in talent... I was referring to CMP where I blew the corner so bad, I was still on the brakes at corner exit... where I ended up crashing.

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x, lemme check my 1000s radiator, i think it might be around that, ill get the 600s dims at the same time. they both are curved though, you need a flat one?

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x, lemme check my 1000s radiator, i think it might be around that, ill get the 600s dims at the same time. they both are curved though, you need a flat one?
No, I want a curved one.
I have a flat one now, a curved one will give me more cooling surface.

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