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Alloy rad

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1 Alloy rad on 5th October 2016, 9:20 am

Andy Sunny Gti

Any feedback on this?

If not need a good alloy rad, now.
Anyon show me links to buy now or have a decent one or sale?


2 Re: Alloy rad on 5th October 2016, 12:11 pm


Just buy the rad on it's own and buy some cheap fans which is what those fans on it are. It's a fenix rad just rebranded only thing wrong my one was that it was delivered broken. The alloy expansion tank union had broke off so bought a brass fitting for it. Build quality looked reasonable

3 Re: Alloy rad on 5th October 2016, 12:47 pm


I had one like that, it worked OK for me.

4 Re: Alloy rad on 5th October 2016, 2:54 pm


we have a spec r rad in stock which are very well made and not cheap when new

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5 Re: Alloy rad on 5th October 2016, 3:13 pm

Andy Sunny Gti

How much Bob, with fans etc?

6 Re: Alloy rad on 5th October 2016, 4:38 pm

Andy Sunny Gti

Should I just buy another new std one?
£65 or just upgrade now?
1/3 the amount of going big spec alloy.
But don't want any problems with another std one?

7 Re: Alloy rad on 5th October 2016, 6:03 pm


Doesn't say the thickness. That's the cheapest one on ebay but get the next one up, get the nissens one which is abit thicker being 26mm or buy an alloy one at £111. I've got the nissens one and not had a problem.

8 Re: Alloy rad on 6th October 2016, 12:57 am


I've had a couple of the cheap alloy ones, worked fine and no problems.

9 Re: Alloy rad on 6th October 2016, 8:31 am


^^^ ditto. Upgrade now and you're sorted for any future power increases

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