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High quality radiators from top industry brans to help keep you bike running.
Dave in California
After I wadded up my Left OEM radiator I knew I did not want to have it repaired, I researched alot of options and ended up replacing it with a Mylers, looks trick, welds look good, is about 2x as thick as OEM which mean cooler operating temps = HP!! fitting it to the bike took some tweeking but fit up o.k., also Mylers stand behind the products coming out of their facility. You can spend alot more $$, so if you have more dollars then cents go for it, I'm satisfied so far.Read All Reviews
STEVEN in MT
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.Read All Reviews
Josh in BC
Doesn't fit with KTM hard parts rad guards and probably doesn't work with any other rad guards. Different shape and bigger than OEM. The biggest hassle is that it doesn't include the washers and rubber grommets needed to mount. Chances are these parts won't be reusable from the rad you're replacing and you'll need to order OEM washers and grommets. The OEM mounting hardware is about $5.00 and should be included for convenience. Bike is an '09 KTM 450 EXC. TECH NOTE: Oversized radiators will not allow the use of radaitor braces or guards. Uses all OEM hardware.Read All Reviews