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post #1 of 18 (permalink) Old 07-31-2018, 03:57 PM Thread Starter
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Leaky radiator

Replace or repair? Leaking from top left of the radiator. I understand there’s a design floor with the 2010 rad. Is there an upgrade,does anyone know.

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Repair. had mine done a few months back.
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post #3 of 18 (permalink) Old 08-01-2018, 03:17 AM
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You can repair it, if not much expensive there. If you need a used one in good working condition, pm me. Bye
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In the USA ???? Contact Myler's radiator in Utah. THE go to shop for motorcycle radiator repairs. And reasonable prices, too.

https://www.motorcycleradiators.com/
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I second Mylers in Utah... fast and great to deal with
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You can repair it, if not much expensive there. If you need a used one in good working condition, pm me. Bye
Where in the world are you? I’m in the UK.

There is a used one on the bay for 2011 F4RR. Anyone know if that would fit?

Thanks for everyone’s input

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Go to any decent auto radiator shop and get it fixed. Car radiators are aluminium too.......

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Contact Giovanni at H2O Radiators & get him to make you a new Radiator your bike will run much cooler. Don't waist your money on the OEM crap.
Giovanni has made me several radiators and he does a real good job.
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Replace or repair? Leaking from top left of the radiator. I understand there’s a design floor with the 2010 rad. Is there an upgrade,does anyone know.

Fred
I have a 2012 Brutale and I have the same issue. Just bought one a month back from a private seller and sprung a leak a few days ago. I am bringing it to a local radiator shop to see what he can do as the JB weld just caused the leak to spring on the other side. Mine is in the same row just alllll the way to the right.

Good luck and hopefully you can get riding again soon.
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If you look carefully you can just make out the leak!
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