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Old 10-21-2012, 05:05 PM   #1
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Default Springfield Dyno Crossflow Radiator NB (1999-2005)

Springfield Dyno NB Radiator - $599 new. Fits 1999-05. This thing cooled a 400hp Miata with ease. Cross flow design with claimed cooling of 20-30 degrees cooler than the Koyo 54mm. Low mileage; great condition.

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!!!!!!!!!! modify it to fit an NA and ill buy it lol I dont wanna do the dirty work :P
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Here's a pic of it installed. I should note that the inlet neck has been relocated to better accomodate a coolant reroute:

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What would it take to fit an NA? I'm in need of a big track radiator but have a 90.
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What would it take to fit an NA? I'm in need of a big track radiator but have a 90.
Way to much work to convert it to work on an NA. They use 2 completely different mounting systems.
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Way to much work to convert it to work on an NA. They use 2 completely different mounting systems.
Thanks for the clarifications.

Well if anybody has a cross flow from Springfield/FM/TSE for an NA they are trying to sell, I'm in the market.
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