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Posted by Okibonoe, Jun 24, 2019

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  1. Okibonoe

    Okibonoe Probationary Member

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    What is the smallest, lightest radiator you can get away with? We are talking about a E85, 40+psi, 750+ to the wheels combo. Thanks!
     
  2. b00stedtalon2

    b00stedtalon2 Proven Member

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    I have a tiny KLM radiator with a built in shroud and small SPAL fan. I drove the car for one hour in 80*F and didn't have any issues until I got stuck in bumper to bumper traffic for 25 minutes.

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    1993 Eagle Talon TSi AWD
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  3. Okibonoe

    Okibonoe Probationary Member

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    Thats nice! Thats exactly what im looking for.

     
  4. Archer Fabrications

    Archer Fabrications Supporting Vendor

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    I have an STM koyo core half rad for sale in the classifieds bolts in using oem mounting
     

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    2006 Evo 9 MR
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  5. Okibonoe

    Okibonoe Probationary Member

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    Cant find it, do you have a link?
     
  6. OH91awd

    OH91awd Proven Member

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    another option would be a sirocco style radiator. thats what i run on my car.
     

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    1992 Eagle Talon TSi AWD
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  7. motomattx

    motomattx Proven Member

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    I run the Sirocco radiator myself also, and even with it, the car will get well over the half way mark in sit still traffic where theres 25 min of sitting when its 90-100 degrees out, (I dont have much room for fans only small ones) I wouldnt want to run anything less.
     

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    1995 Mitsubishi Eclipse GST
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  8. OH91awd

    OH91awd Proven Member

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    with mine it never got over 205* with a 180 tstat. and that was in town street driving middle of summer in ohio. i also have a derale fan that moves 1500cfm of air (it was the biggest i could find that fit between the compressor housing and the rad).
     

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    1992 Eagle Talon TSi AWD
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  9. ThunderChild

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    This is pure speculation from me, but I've always wondered if the rad isn't the main issue, and the water pump ports on the block are.

    Case in point, Mazda 1.6-1.8 blocks. I have had a couple and run some small size rads, namely Honda rads, and never had issues overheating or even getting remotely warm.
    The water pump impeller sits essentially inside the block with no shrouding, it's one ~3" hole that's directly in the water jackets. I've contemplated opening up the holes in a 4g block and swapping the impeller or at least using an anti-cavitation style impeller to improve the ease of flow without increasing pressure or drastically changing other aspects.

    The pump entry ports on the blocks are vastly different, but otherwise the engines coolant path is fairly similar, pics for reference.

    Mazda block, HUGE pump port opening and open to both sides of the cylinder walls.
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    4g block we all know and love, I realize this ones filled but you can see the comparison or port sizes.
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    Pics were just Google grabs, not my own and I take no credit for them.
     

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    1987 Toyota Pickup/Hilux
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    1992 Eagle Talon TSi AWD
    manual · 1G DSM

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  10. motomattx

    motomattx Proven Member

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    Your only going to flow what is limited by the inside diameter of the coolant hoses, that 3" hole wont flow a lot more than the Mitsubishi holes and it leaves a weak spot in the block.
     

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    1995 Mitsubishi Eclipse GST
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  11. Okibonoe

    Okibonoe Probationary Member

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    Good stuff yall
     

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