MISHIMOTO Nissan Skyline R33/R34 Performance Aluminum Radiator

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MISHIMOTO Nissan Skyline R33/R34 Performance Aluminum Radiator

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Nissan Skyline R33/R34 Performance Aluminum Radiator

The Mishimoto performance aluminum radiator for the Nissan Skyline is designed and engineered to maximize cooling efficiency by up to 30%, boost engine functions, and most importantly, protect your car from overheating whether you drive your vehicle daily or take it for track runs. The Mishimoto aluminum Nissan Skyline radiator features a lightweight dual core, 100% brazed aluminum, and polished end tanks, enhancing the overall performance of your engine. Every Mishimoto aluminum radiator is a direct OEM fit, making installation effortless with no cutting or modification required. This is the ideal upgrade to the stock Nissan Skyline radiator. All Mishimoto radiators come with a high pressure 1.3 bar Mishimoto radiator cap and a great warranty including accident protection. Check out the Mishimoto lightweight aluminum Skyline fan shroud for even more cooling efficiency.

OVERALL SIZE
26.4" x 21.8" x 2.07"

CORE SIZE
15.75" x 25.51"

ROWS
3

INLET
1.4"

OUTLET
1.4"

CORE THICKNESS
1.57"

TANK WALL THICKNESS
.08"

FILL NECK
1.25"

DRAIN PLUG THREAD SIZE
(M16) .06" DRAIN PLUG THREAD LENGTH
.047"

PURCHASE INCLUDES
Mishimoto Radiator
Mishimoto Radiator Cap
Magnetic Drain Plug
Limited Lifetime Warranty

ENGINE CODES
RB25DET
RB26DETT

CHASSIS CODES
R33

NOTE
Will Fit Turbo Applications Only

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