Fluidyne Aluminum Radiator

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More cooling!

STEVEN in MT – Machine this part was bought for: 2005 YAMAHA WR450F

Comments On Sep 16, 2013:Smashed the stockers even with guards. Installed the new Fluidyne units which bolted right up. Bigger cores and a tad more anti freeze are a bonus! These are much stronger than stock, looks like welded aluminum plate not thin stamped aluminum. The bike runs noticably cooler now.

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Great radiator so far

Gary in CA

Comments On Jan 05, 2012:I popped a radiator on my '08 WR450 back when I first got it in 2009, and I replaced it with a fluidyne and its still working great. Never even use the overflow bottle that I can remember when doing hard single track. I would buy again.

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Horrible quality!

JAMES in CO

Comments On Sep 23, 2011:Purchased a set of these radiators for my 2003 Yamaha WR450F. Was impresses with the appearance when I removed them from the box. Upon installing the left side I was disappointed to find that the hoses did not line up at all. I verified on Fluidyne's catalog that I had the correct part number and eventually figured out that the left side mounting bracket was welded on inside-out. Since I was riding the next day I cut off the bracket and re-welded on correctly. This improved the fit but I was still unable to get the lower hose to fit. I had to cut off the lower hose bib and rotate it about 30 degrees. When I cut the bib off I was horrified to find out that weldor who assembled this radiator used too much heat and filler rod and blocked the inside flow about 40%. I used a borescope to inspect the remaining welds and found all hose outlets blocked by up to 60%(I have photos). After half a day to fix these problems, I finally had a set of usable radiators. I contacted Fluidyne Powersports about this and recieved no response. Fluidyne Powersports should be ashamed of the horrible quality of this product.
I'm certain Rocky Mountain ATV/MC would have refunded my money before I repaired these radiators but I needed usable radiators on short notice. I'm also just as certain that any radiators exchanged would have had the same problems.

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