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    Re: Hayabusa oil and radiator cooling quick question
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    Quote Originally Posted by andy777bmx View Post
    Question Rick is on the dimensions. The 9 row one you recommended isn't really larger than the stock or so it seems. Please look at the last post I put, is that not the correct oil cooler you are recommending? I think it may be thicker, maybe that helps... Thanks again,
    That's the one I used, but I'm saying use one that's larger than the stock Busa cooler.
    There are others. Universal 16 Row Powder Coated Aluminum Engine Transmis​sion Oil Cooler Silver | eBay
    I have made shrouds that carried larger than 9 row coolers.
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    Ok thanks Rick, I gotcha. Forgot you were talking about a smaller motor with the 9 row. I'll probably go this route, thanks again.
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    I bought a 25 row derale cooler to mount down low between and behind the seats for my new busa rail. It has a decent fan on it as well, but it is pricey. For the radiator, I am using the same as king sand cars, which is a dual pass, and about 50% larger than the civic radiator I had on my gsxr 750. It keeps the engine cool enough even in 90 degree heat.
    Proud owner of a two seat pucker-mobile. Funco inspired mini buggy powered by a Busa. Giving out free rides to anyone brave enough.
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    I think I'll also go for a 25 row aluminum cooler. Thanks,
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