Car #: 5
Year : 1991 Posts: 1029
I just compared the weight difference of my 1.6L first with a large Koyo radiator and then with the stock radiator. The overall difference was 15 lbs (Koyo heavier than stock).
With the new lower weight and the fact the I run in the Midwest, I'm wondering if there might be a lighter solution for me than the big Koyo.
Does anyone know of a "small Koyo" or other aluminum radiator which might make a better compromise for weight vs performance? I've looked on line but so far haven't seen a lot of good info on radiator volumes
Region: NWR / Oregon
Car #: 88
Year : 95 Posts: 2000
They do make a Koyo that's a 36mm instead of 52.
A nice economy solution is get eith a stock or an alumimum Koyo for an AT car. They're about 2x stock thickness due to the oil cooler (maybe about an inch thick) and pretty inexpensive. We used a stock AT one in 90+ heat during a 24hr chump car and it did very well.
-------------------- Keith Novak (Will work for tires)