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Old 10-25-2010, 02:44 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Need radiator upgrade.. Mishimoto?

Hey guys! So after recently experiencing some cooling issues that my mechanic determined to be a crack in the endtank of my stock radiator, I decided it was time for an upgrade (especially since the stock replacement is so expensive! ) After searching through some forums, Mishimoto's radiators seem to be popping out as the best radiators for the job. I'm a little tight on money right now due to a recent move and don't want to spend $$ without hearing what your opinions are, so has anyone had experience with Mishimoto radiators?? or the company itself?
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Hey guys! So after recently experiencing some cooling issues that my mechanic determined to be a crack in the endtank of my stock radiator, I decided it was time for an upgrade (especially since the stock replacement is so expensive! ) After searching through some forums, Mishimoto's radiators seem to be popping out as the best radiators for the job. I'm a little tight on money right now due to a recent move and don't want to spend $$ without hearing what your opinions are, so has anyone had experience with Mishimoto radiators?? or the company itself?
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