Need advice new radiators


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  • akiraone

Posted November 04, 2007 - 03:15 PM

#1

Hi.

From top I need mention that there is no way to fix it up in that store http://www.motorcycleradiators.com/ because I'm from poland.

I check few companys around me but noboady want to fix it :-( its smashed almost to two pieces :worthy:

And I want to order new one from USA, but need help from you, could you give me some advise which will be good for my bike because I could find only those two on http://www.btosports.com/p/IMSRADIATOR and http://s9954.parts-d...ducts=radiators but the problem is that the both of them are for WR426-450 00-05' but my bike is 2006. Are they gona fix ? Or maybe you can find me some other, cheaper :eek: ones.

In Poland the oem radiators from yamaha dealer are for 700$ :worthy: ...

sorry for my grammar.

best regards. :worthy:

  • clark4131

Posted November 04, 2007 - 04:06 PM

#2

Yes, those radiators will fit the 2006. That's not a bad price and they are good radiators...SC

  • akiraone

Posted November 05, 2007 - 09:04 AM

#3

Thank for answer, dose this radiators are exactly the same like original ? Im asking because I want to by some guards for them, and are they gona fit to them too ?

Thanks again for quick answer

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  • SJMC_DON

Posted November 05, 2007 - 09:50 AM

#4

I had the Fluidyne radiators on my 04' and used the Devol guards without any problem.

I cannot speak to any other guards other than the DeVols. The fluidynes are physically larger than the OEM radiators, primarily thicker front to back.

They are beefy, very strong radiators with excellent heat transfer and well worth the price especially considering the cost for OEM.

Good Luck :worthy:

  • akiraone

Posted November 05, 2007 - 11:17 AM

#5

ok, thanks for all asnwer but please just tell me are the both of radiators that I show you are the same ? can I pickup the cheaper one from BTOSports ? or there is a little difference betwen them ?

And one more are this guard will fit my bike and this new radiators - Unabieker Guards

  • SJMC_DON

Posted November 05, 2007 - 11:41 AM

#6

They both appear to be Fluidyne and if I remember correctly, IMS was selling the Fluidynes under their name or product line when I ordered mine. I ordered mine through the TT store and got an even better discount :worthy:

I cannot tell you if the Una bikers will work with these radiators or not. The guys at Unabiker should be able to tell you if you contact them directly. These fluidynes are so strong that a mediocre guard such as the Devol will be adequate..

  • Motoequip

Posted November 09, 2007 - 07:50 AM

#7

Hi.

From top I need mention that there is no way to fix it up in that store http://www.motorcycleradiators.com/ because I'm from poland.

I check few companys around me but noboady want to fix it :-( its smashed almost to two pieces :thumbsup:

And I want to order new one from USA, but need help from you, could you give me some advise which will be good for my bike because I could find only those two on http://www.btosports.com/p/IMSRADIATOR and http://s9954.parts-d...ducts=radiators but the problem is that the both of them are for WR426-450 00-05' but my bike is 2006. Are they gona fix ? Or maybe you can find me some other, cheaper :lol: ones.

In Poland the oem radiators from yamaha dealer are for 700$ :ride: ...

sorry for my grammar.

best regards. :busted:


I responded to your PM, I'm going to try the devols and see if they work with the fluidyne after reading your post and the response from SJMC Don. Thanks Guys...:lol:




 
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