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Top radiator group buy maybe

If a group buy can't happen maybe lead me to a place in the states where I can get one for a good price my bike came with a bad one any help will come with a thanks and be helpfull
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Tell us which bike you're in need of. When you do, we'll move this thread to the correct area where you might get some help.

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2007 f4 I guess that would help huh LoL
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OK, I'm going to move this thread to the F4 section.

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Or........add your bike to the registry.
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Or post in the "For Sale / Want to buy" section
Anyway, I doubt anybody would have any interest in a radiator group buy for some very obvious reasons.
Get in touch with the guys at Moto Forza, pretty sure that's pretty much your best option, in the meantime, buy some Areldite and repair it yourself , at least for the time being.

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If a group buy can't happen maybe lead me to a place in the states where I can get one for a good price my bike came with a bad one any help will come with a thanks and be helpfull

What's bad about your radiator ?
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What's bad about your radiator ?
Top left mount ripped apart I've patched it but I'm not sure how long it will last.
I would like to get a new one for piece of mind instead of worrying when it'll spring a leak next
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Top left mount ripped apart I've patched it but I'm not sure how long it will last.
I would like to get a new one for piece of mind instead of worrying when it'll spring a leak next
Have you a picture ?

If it is shot, I have a couple of rads here. They are used and would need testing. I can't say right now if they are servicable or not,

I'm thinking/ hoping yours is fixable.

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Top left mount ripped apart I've patched it but I'm not sure how long it will last.
I would like to get a new one for piece of mind instead of worrying when it'll spring a leak next
When you fit your new radiator,you might consider fitting one of these so this problem won't happen again.

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