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|09-27-2011 11:18 AM|
|tator||Want more info on civic radiator stuff.....|
|01-21-2010 08:40 AM|
|powertrippin||yep muzzy fan here too...once i get a handle on the heat ...i start playin with bigger pistons hehehe..not till then tho..|
|01-21-2010 07:44 AM|
|jlbierig450r||I added the Weller impeller to my 840 and it made a huge difference. Just running around I run at 190 degrees. Pushing it hard i have gotten up to around 215. Granted the outside temp is still around 65 so this summer it maybe come an issue. I have the muzzy fan but haven't had a chance to install it yet.|
|01-21-2010 05:57 AM|
|powertrippin||I got and Unleashed impeller being put in right know...just kinda setting myself up for some upgrades..oil cooler from greg is my next step...|
|01-21-2010 02:52 AM|
|Magellan||My 09 runs a LOT cooler with just the addition of the Fundy Water Pump Impeller. The 2010 setup from Muzzy's is what I would ad if I went with a BBK.|
|01-20-2010 05:57 AM|
|powertrippin||yea i totally agree with the water pump housing and coolant lines.....2010 radiator is prolly the way i will go..got housing and hoses comming too??|
|01-19-2010 10:13 PM|
|Unleashed UTV||I have 2010 radiators on order right now. Our water pump upgrade and the Muzzy fan blade definately makes a difference on my 08 ( about 15 to 25 degrees) but if you run hard for a long period of time you can still get it to 210 or 215 and I want it cooler cuz it will still push coolant out when you stop and let it heat soak.|
|01-19-2010 10:08 PM|
To be honest I think just sending the stock radiator to the local radiator shop and having them make it a dual pass would do the trick with cooling.
I currently have the PWR and don't really know that it was worth the $$$. Even though it is a larger radiator it seems it has less flow, just my .02. The inner core tubes are smaller.
If you really want to upgrade the system I would think that the opening on the water pump housing would need to be larger, the hoses/pipes larger, the thermostat opening larger and lastly both opening on the radiator made larger. That is what Kawasaki did for the 2010 model, the even move the thermostat housing to incorporate the larger hoses.
|01-19-2010 09:59 PM|
|powertrippin||not sure if it will work bro...thought there would be more interest.|
|01-19-2010 09:40 PM|
My stepdad put the PWR radiator on his 09 Teryx...Im still completely stock on my 08...His seems to run cooler as far as heat off the center console is concerned...but we've installed no gauges on the unit to tell for sure. He popped a hole in his stock radiator with one of those one-in-a-million sticks through the bottom of the skid plate, between the A-arm and right thru the rad....
I definitely like the idea of the Civic one..can no one confirm that it'll fit? I'll be keeping my eyes open for something different, especially with the hellish summer coming soon.
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