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Old 05-20-2009, 04:13 PM   #1
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is it possible to reroute the upper radiator hose to the back ofthe head ? reason being i cracked the t stat housing and can t find one
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please help with any thing
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Yes, it is possible.
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Yes, it is possible.
Your crazy, that could never be done.
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yea i agree

joe knows nothing, search around he's a fluke

phil is right thats never been done, although if u search for a member named Hyper he came damn close to doign it. maybe you and him could put ur heads together and pull it off















--Search "coolant reroute" you'll find plenty of threads discussing this. It's been done, many times, and is well documented including how to, and even parts list.
However, the reason is generally to improve the stock cooling system which is less than optimal.

If you have no cooling problems, a housing is pretty easy to find. Try www.planetmiata.com , or The Partsgroup - Mazda Miata & RX8 Used Parts . Helll even Ebay, and craigslist should yield results, not to mention local junkyard.

To sum it up SEARCH!

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M-Tuned Miata 94 up Coolant Reroute Kit M-Tuned

We also have a 90-93 version...
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^ you guys ruined it, go back to sleep.
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