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Old 12-04-12, 16:17   #1
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Default Heat Exchanger to Oil Cooler

As many of you know the heat exchanger on a race engine is a weak spot and more than likely will fail at some point. The heat exchanger is just under 300 new. A crashed bike after a failure could cost much much more.
We've ran a few different fixes from various places and all have good and bad points but all have been lacking in something. So we asked our friends at H2O to produce a quality fix and here's the first one.
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Old 12-04-12, 16:36   #2
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Price is in the OP's post! 300GBP!
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Nice looking piece!
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The website is calling out 673.00 or $1,083.93 US plus shipping...

http://www.ukracesupport.co.uk/Daytona675engine.html
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Price is in the OP's post! 300GBP!
i think the OP meant an OEM replacement for them is around 300 GBP but i could be wrong
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i think the OP meant an OEM replacement for them is around 300 GBP but i could be wrong
That is how I read it.
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How often do they fail on race bikes with stock engines?
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How often do they fail on race bikes with stock engines?
I'm positive it's happening right now Rink... Get to the garage!


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