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PostPosted: Mon Oct 29, 2012 8:03 pm 
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***SOLD OUT***

Just received the new batch of radiators with the revised fit. Based on feedback from the forum, we had the top mounting pin relocated to allow the radiator to be spaced off the frame (see second picture below).

Here's a link, total price with US shipping is $99.90
https://www.economycycle.com/shop/radiators/yamaha-rz350-high-capacity-radiator/

Also stocking reproduction radiator caps $4/each with forum discount
https://www.economycycle.com/shop/new-arrivals/yamaha-rz350-radiator-cap/

And stocking thermo sensors in for US RZ350 (reproduction) and Canadian RZ350 (OEM).
https://www.economycycle.com/product-category/yamaha-rz-350/thermostats-thermo-sensors/

Radiator Hoses and Clamps available as well
https://www.economycycle.com/product-category/yamaha-rz-350/engine-related-yamaha-rz-350/radiator-hoses/

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Thanks John and a great price too! Do you know if the OEM black plastic shield can be fitted and used with this thicker core radiator?

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Good point, thanks for reminding me. No you cannot use the stock shroud for this radiator. And note the shroud has the mounting points for the belly faring. We are fabbing up a shroud that will work with the radiator and also allow mounting of the belly pan, but that's a few weeks out yet.
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That also sounds good John on fabbing the shroud that will allow belly pan mounts as well. I'd want to run a shroud and like the look with the RZ with belly pan. I'm interested in the shroud too you'll be bringing out so I will stay tuned. Wonder if the stock shroud could be used with this alum unit with some fabbed up extension brackets? Any sneak info on how the shroud will appear/ composition?

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We didn't see a simple solution to modifying the stock shroud. The ones we're making will have a black frame and mesh ( or any color powder coated or natural). Will post up some pics in a week or so, when we have a working sample.


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We didn't see a simple solution to modifying the stock shroud. The ones we're making will have a black frame and mesh ( or any color powder coated or natural). Will post up some pics in a week or so, when we have a working sample.


Oh, that sounds good! Can't wait to see..... :smt004
PM coming to you on a question re: an upcoming order. :smt001

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John, good work as ever. Can I ask what size these are? the standard RZ is 450ml and the LC was 750, I think these will be around 700, am i right?

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I'll check when i get to the shop tomorrow Jon, and let you know.


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How much is shipping to Canada John?


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silverstrom wrote:
How much is shipping to Canada John?


I'll check John and let you know. Can't seem to get in to the server right now. I think its down due to the storm.


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Nicely done! :smt023
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silverstrom wrote:
How much is shipping to Canada John?


John, If you order through the website it will calculate 49.95, but if you order through me (ph or email), we can ship it for 39.95, insured with tracking.

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silverstrom wrote:
How much is shipping to Canada John?


John, If you order through the website it will calculate 49.95, but if you order through me (ph or email), we can ship it for 39.95, insured with tracking.

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Can we combine with other things too? I have a buttload of stuff i need to order for my project bike. (chain, sprockets, bearings, blah blah).


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Well chains/sprockets are pretty heavy, but the max shipping charge is $49.95 so it won't go above that no matter how much you order (unless you were to order tires/pipes). And remember the forum discount RDTECH, which will take 10% off the parts.
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jrodenhiser wrote:

John, If you order through the website it will calculate 49.95, but if you order through me (ph or email), we can ship it for 39.95, insured with tracking.

thanks
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Thanks John. Much appreciated.


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