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celicadragon Nov 18, 8:47pm - #330057 

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performance radiator

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celicadragon Nov 18, 8:48pm - #330058 

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this is the first time i have ever seen a perf. rad. for our cars i just though it was pretty cool what do you guys think?

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shoulin Nov 18, 8:50pm - #330059 

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might be ok if ur turbo/super, but even then our cars simply dont run hot
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FastCelicaGT22 Nov 18, 11:31pm - #330060 

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Koyo makes a damn fine radiator. Never hurts to have your car run cooler. Especially if you plan on building your engine

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celicadragon Nov 19, 8:31pm - #330061 

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any upgrade is a good one i say

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Kim Nov 19, 8:51pm - #330062 
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koyo is def a great company with great products, the only thing i don't like is the fact that they use flimsy plastic drain plugs. they should be metal with a rubber 0-ring.

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Steven Nov 19, 8:57pm - #330063 
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I highly doubt they have 00-03 celica radiators in STOCK. What aftermarket companies often do is list products such as these radiators but more often than not, they are still in development or they are still on the drawing board.
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celicadragon Nov 19, 11:36pm - #330064 

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at least they are thinking of us now right/?

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silver Nov 20, 2:19am - #330065 
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Vivid Racing sucks.
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celicadragon Nov 20, 3:41pm - #330066 

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i dont care

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Rocketman Nov 20, 4:16pm - #330067 

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Good find! Don't worry about them haters...
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celicadragon Nov 22, 3:48pm - #330068 

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i think i want this now-30% colder

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Larry_GTS Nov 22, 5:25pm - #330069 
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I know people who have them in their civis , they are happy with them .
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celicadragon Nov 22, 6:04pm - #330070 

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cool thanks-would you consider getting one?

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VSGTS14 Nov 22, 6:36pm - #330071 

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vivid racing doesn't suck.

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Larry_GTS Nov 22, 6:45pm - #330072 
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I would consider getting one only if I had lots of miles on my car, or If I drove very hard.
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celicadragon Nov 22, 10:56pm - #330073 

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dont you think it would increase performance being colder and all?

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celicadragon Dec 1, 2:22pm - #330074 

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who thinks this would be a good upgrade on a gts with a CAI and exhaust?

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shonen Dec 1, 6:46pm - #330075 
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It'd be a good mod, never hurts to have better cooling, especially for drag racing where cars really dont have much time to cool as the race is so quick.
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kmlgts Dec 1, 8:28pm - #330076 

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if you drive alot. i'll say get them.. thumbsup as long as you like it then everything is cool. rice

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celicadragon Dec 1, 8:38pm - #330077 

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it is supposed to be 30% cooler and from what i know coldness=horspower right?

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renfield90 Dec 2, 2:32am - #330078 

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for Intake: yes

colder radiator means that it cools the engine as a whole better, reducing wear and increasing longevity. It can also handle higher temperatures that can come with turbos, etc.
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celicadragon Dec 2, 1:42pm - #330079 

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then it is a good buy since my and eveyone elses plan includes forced induction

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Rocketman Dec 6, 5:14pm - #330080 

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It would be awesome for AutoX. I blew a t-hose that ended up costing me $300 because of my shady Toyota dealer. *cough* Cocksuckers. *cough*

If I would have had better cooling it might not have happened. thumbsup
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celicadragon Dec 6, 5:21pm - #330081 

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i heard we need better radiators and oil pumps so i am taking no chances i will be upgrading

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c2gas Dec 6, 8:28pm - #330082 

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We also have 3 times bigger radiators fitted for celica. Shame ours turned out more expensive.
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ghostingcelica Dec 6, 9:11pm - #330083 
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i want one but does it matter if i'm not turboing or supercharging? prolly only doing i/h/e.
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c2gas Dec 6, 9:47pm - #330084 

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Originally Posted by ghostingcelica
i want one but does it matter if i'm not turboing or supercharging? prolly only doing i/h/e.

well if you are not overheating then it would be a waste of money. It is not visible, the celi doesnt have heating problem.
It would not hurt for sure, just why if its not necessary. wink
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celicadragon Dec 6, 10:00pm - #330085 

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i wish you radiaotor was less expensive then i would go with it but hopefully the one i can afford a little better will do the job good enough--any ideas on upgrading to a better iol pump>>

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