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This is a discussion on Mishimoto radiator? within the Engine Modifications forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Is this a worthwhile upgrade? I have about 50k on my car right now and I'm at stage 2. I ...

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    Mishimoto radiator?

    Is this a worthwhile upgrade? I have about 50k on my car right now and I'm at stage 2. I have a chance to get some of their stuff pretty cheap.


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    Not really any point unless your stock radiator is failing.. Mishimoto isn't the best construction anyways.

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    The Mishimoto rad for the 08+ WRX improves cooling by 30%, is a direct fit replacement, and comes with a Lifetime Warranty, which covers everything from product failure to accident coverage.

    If you're at stage 2, then I assume you use your car with performance in mind, and possibly race/track your car. So your car could really benefit from the rad, with the main benefit being protection from overheating.

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    My Mishimoto rad is an excellent piece. I wouldn't have replaced if my OEM hadn't failed, however.
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