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Water Passages are 33% wider than stock
Cores are thicker than stock giving increased surface area and cooling
TIG welded Tanks
Billet Filler necks
Direct replacement , no modifications required!
2004 to 2007 Rhinos 450 and 660's

$329.00
 

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Water Passages are 33% wider than stock
Cores are thicker than stock giving increased surface area and cooling
TIG welded Tanks
Billet Filler necks
Direct replacement , no modifications required!
2004 to 2007 Rhinos 450 and 660's

$329.00
I hope that pic is not the rhino radiator.
 

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I run a Fluidyne radiator on my Baja bike. If you drive in hot conditions or if you drive aggressive a stock radiator is not enough. They are great, keeps mike bike way cooler and helped me do 1500 miles my last ride with no overheating issues. The ride was a week long btw, not all in one day.


 

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I run a Fluidyne radiator on my Baja bike. If you drive in hot conditions or if you drive aggressive a stock radiator is not enough. They are great, keeps mike bike way cooler and helped me do 1500 miles my last ride with no overheating issues. The ride was a week long btw, not all in one day.


looks like you still need that trail teck light.

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yeah did you have these with you in Glamis
I had the 450r the one without the light. It was to hot to ride so i didnt get it out. And I was sleeping in the mornings or to drunk to ride it and just going to bed when the sun came up. I am getting lazy in my old age. i didnt bring my Baja bike the one with the light on it.
 
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