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post #1 of 8 Old 05-13-2015, 02:12 PM Thread Starter
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need a 2004 Honda 919 Radiator??

well My 919 fell on its side other day (soft ground and lousy kick stand) didnt think it hurt it, but week later I noticed coolent leaking , aparantly the bottom part of radiator where hose h ooks is not egg shapped not round like itss suppose to be, are these new aluminum ones on ebay ok?

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post #2 of 8 Old 05-13-2015, 03:44 PM
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Looks remarkably inexpensive...

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The left side tank face looks to be very poor quality with deformation at the bottom.

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My experience with chinese radiators is "run away."

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how u know they are chineesse? one here is labeled ASI?

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I wonder h ow much the OEM one is from Honda?

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how u know they are chineesse? one here is labeled ASI?

ASI Procool Honda CB600 F Hornet Replacement Radiator 98 05 99 00 01 02 03 04 | eBay

I wonder h ow much the OEM one is from Honda?
Its an assumption, but I would put money on it. Supermotoparts is based out of hongkong if you drill down into the description. ASI is turning up a mixture of results, but 1 user on a yz forum had 2 ASI rads develop a leak shortly after purchase.

OEM rads are about $400.

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for the money its gotta be worth a shot for 60ish bucks verus 400.. I seen some good reviews on some of em that were used on dirt bikes,etc.. Guess I'll try..

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my stock one didnt seem that high quality to begin with...

side note - ive always thought wrapping (or maybe high temp coating?) the first 5-6inches of each header pipe on the 919 would really help with cooling seeing as the exhaust ports exit right in front of the radiator. Any thoughts on this?

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