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Old 26th April 2005, 11:55   #1
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and none of you guys have none. nana nanana "silly me" sorry guys i though i could show a picture,,,,,never mind i was wondering had any one used a radiator from a bike like a supersport bike this are all alluminum and have a built tank with radiator cap - granted this are a bit bigger than a heater core .
 
Old 26th April 2005, 12:09   #2
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second question how you post a picture im half a sleep now. also if your lucky to find one not wreck and cheap they have a mounted fan and shroud allready "ps the fan well smoke any 120mm fan" but warning is not a quiet fan.
 
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second question how you post a picture im half a sleep now. also if your lucky to find one not wreck and cheap they have a mounted fan and shroud allready "ps the fan well smoke any 120mm fan" but warning is not a quiet fan.
I recommend not posting a picture when you are sleeping people do like very stupid things when they are a sleep not finding how to post a pic is such one of those things
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Old 26th April 2005, 13:03   #5
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I recommend not posting a picture when you are sleeping people do like very stupid things when they are a sleep not finding how to post a pic is such one of those things
i knew that but some how the picture did not load up maybe it was one of my porn pictures instead of a Ducati bike.
 
Old 26th April 2005, 17:31   #6
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or maybe the file format was not supported; only the following are supported:

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A SS rad would work but it would offcourse require some modding because they use far bigger hose connections and you would need to find one where the shroud and fan are still with the rad because modern sportbikes use curved rads wich would make it hard to find/make an apropriate fan & shourd sollution.
 
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good point but many are not curved .the hoses are bigger so you are right a reducer is a must. the shroud should be no problem since very likely is sold with it . or even the fan. the fan speed could be turn down "we are not cooling a 600cc or 1000cc engine" none of this rad would fit inside a PC case so a custom box is a must i just figure i mention it maybe some one can get an idea. most of the rads i seen are straight on bikes built before 2000. i did see a guy use a bike oil cooler as a rad and it did work. and transmision oil cooler as well. of course is hard to beat a heat core from a car those are a dime a dozen.
 
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and some car heatercores are made of copper, good for active cooling


oh and a sportbike from 2000 isn't "modern" in my eyes besides, those of 2000 that I can remember of allready had curved rads...
 
Old 27th April 2005, 00:27   #9
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and some car heatercores are made of copper, good for active cooling


oh and a sportbike from 2000 isn't "modern" in my eyes besides, those of 2000 that I can remember of allready had curved rads...
you want get picky nothing on the street is more modern than a 500cc grand prix bike. even a 10 year old grand prix bike well blow away any exotic street bike built today "and lets make it legit on a track"
 
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Altough I was against it at first, I think the GP1 has proven that 4-stroke beats the crap out of 2-stroke. and mechanically, 4-stroke is far more complex and thus high thech then 2-stroke.

*edit* but if I'd be given the choice, I think I'd much rather ride a 500cc gp bike I think it's an entirely different thing then the GP1 bikes. not that I'd mind riding one of those eather... given the chance (ah, dreams )
 
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