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Old 01-03-2013, 07:28 AM   #1
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Seen people put a Civic Racing Radiator in their cars with a 3L with slight mods. Will a stock civic radiator work, or do I need the racing one? And could anyone post pix of fitment, a lot of the ones posted a couple years ago dont have photos anymore, etc. Thanks :)
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never seen or heard of any one here doing it. kind-a hard to help with this one. But this I know,any thing can be made to work. turbo dodge radiators are pretty cheap. why the civic? I got a new one for my 87 daytona for $65 on ebay.
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Old 01-03-2013, 05:33 PM   #3
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I remember someone doing this.. I can't remember who though.
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Old 01-03-2013, 07:31 PM   #4
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http://www.turbododge.com/forums/f4/...e-beating.html

There ya go :) proof it's been done! most of the pics have been deleted since this thread is forever old.
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the civic radiator has more options as far as cores go, you can get them in 1-5 cores if needed, if you are doing this i would put a 3 core radiator in as this is the same radiator i will be putting in my daytona later on in the build
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Old 01-03-2013, 08:24 PM   #6
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Duly noted :)
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Old 01-03-2013, 10:26 PM   #7
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I have a dual core civic radiator in my Hoopty, cools it just fine
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I like the Civic radiators due to the fact that you can get them all aluminum. I hate the metal/plastic OEM ones.
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this is the civic radiator that i am putting in my daytona

3 Row Core Aluminum Racing Radiator Fan Shroud 92 00 Honda Civic EG Integra DC | eBay
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Looks legit! post installation pix!
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I needed a radiator for my R/T and with living in Florida I'm not spending 200.00 on a used radiator. So I put this Honda Civic unit together. It bolts into the stock mounts and also has a condenser on it. Need my A/C here. I just put my head back on so I should be plumbing this up soon.


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hey tim is that a MR2 intercooler
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Looks legit! post installation pix!
it will be awhile as i am still in the building stages of the game and gathering the needed parts to do what i am doing to my daytona
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I needed a radiator for my R/T and with living in Florida I'm not spending 200.00 on a used radiator. So I put this Honda Civic unit together. It bolts into the stock mounts and also has a condenser on it. Need my A/C here. I just put my head back on so I should be plumbing this up soon.


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Damn, that looks good. What are the dimensions of the rad? I want one in my Laser. lol
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Damn, that looks good. What are the dimensions of the rad? I want one in my Laser. lol
off the top of my head I'm not sure. Its buried in my garage but will need to be gotten out since the head is back on my R/T. it should be the same as a civic just thicker.
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