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Old 05-18-2010, 12:54 AM   #1
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Everybody knows the stock radiators are marginal in hot weather on stock Miatas. If you are going to make more power than stock and not drive like your momma, you will need more cooling capacity to keep your engine happy. End your overheating problems by buying a decent radiator with more cooling capacity than stock.

Koyo 37mm Aluminum Radiator for sale. It comes with the stock side mounting brackets pictured. And the cap that is pictured. It has a little bit of black overspray on the front side and a couple of the fins are bent some in a spot or two but the tubes are undamaged and it was holding pressure without issue.






Good-Win-Racing was the cheapest place I found this radiator, and it was listed for $297 new plus freight. Other places were up around $350 plus freight. But I'll sell it for half the price of new at $178.50 plus freight.
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I want to get them, I will PM you
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Price drop. New price $177.50
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This looks like the one from a guy who used to live in PA now in FL tried to scam me on.

Hope he burns
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This looks like the one from a guy who used to live in PA now in FL tried to scam me on.

Hope he burns
Was it a clubroadster douche? There are a few of those down here in this area, but I don't think the guy I got it from was one of those.

I bought the turbo '93 Miata from a flight student from Embry Riddle Aeronautical University and this radiator was in it. He oversprayed the flat black paint himself when doing the entire exterior of the car. He blew the number four piston to pieces detonating on a do it yourself tune with no claimed experience. He wasn't much of a tuner, but this guy was actually very nice. And incredibly handsome.
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Sorry but will this fit an NB? You stated it came off a 93. Are the radiators the same for the NBs?

And I may be looking at your place in Atlanta if you still are renting it out. 4th of July weekend.
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Embry Riddle Aeronautical University. I am so freakin jelous. I'd love to go there
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Sorry but will this fit an NB? You stated it came off a 93. Are the radiators the same for the NBs?

And I may be looking at your place in Atlanta if you still are renting it out. 4th of July weekend.
Everything I'm seeing has a different part number for the NBs than the NAs, but no explanation as to what the differences are. I guess that there is some issue that keeps them from being interchangeable. I learned something new today. So this radiator fits '90 to '97.

Yes, the lake house is still available for rent or sale.

In fact, Levnubhin is renting it for a weekend very soon. I should probably bump that thread now that we are getting into the nice lake weather season.
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