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No external tranny cooler included. Only the internal one.

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I didn't notice a drop (my temp gauge typically sits just below the mid line) but I was never overheating with the original. Since the thermostat regulates the temp, even if the Koyo has better cooling I wouldn't see it since the first one was working fine.
Yeah, sometimes i forget not everyone has a bullydog lol...I'm able to read my temp at any given moment so I can see the fluctuations of what they really are vs what the crappy stock gauge shows. I bet your truck runs cooler and you don't realize it.

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Wait, I just looked at the pic...this isnt the all aluminum koyo rad? This is just a stock replacement...thats why it is so cheap. NEVERMIND haha....

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This is a direct stock replacement radiator (no modifications), only difference is the internal ATF cooler is brass and not aluminum. By the way, this is the radiator Jeff_redx chose to install in his xterra if any of you have followed his documented studies of the cooling system. I've ridden in it all over Moab and Ouray, it works just as well as the stock configuration.

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Bliss sounds like you are looking for the 500 dollar griffin.

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Bliss sounds like you are looking for the 500 dollar griffin.

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Just placed an order for the koyo radiator. Came out to 144.00 shipped.
Just a heads up for those in need.

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I know this is old, but the link is live and the price is the same..........it says this is a 1 row, the specs for the A2807 number at Koyorad say 2 row, is this different than the A2807, could that be the price difference?

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When buying a Koyo radiator be sure that you are doing business with an authorized retailer. There are unscrupulous sellers on the Internet marketing counterfeit "Koyo" units.
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Got mine from carid, got here quickkkkk

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