News Honda CRF450R, 250 Mishimoto Radiators

Honda CRF450R, 250 Mishimoto Radiators

Honda CRF Radiators

Mishimoto has just released four new aluminum radiators and four new X-Braced radiators designed for Honda dirt bikes (CRF450R, CRF250R) to add to their growing line of powersports products.

Increasing the size of the brazed aluminum core allows for greater cooling capacity, while the TIG welded polished aluminum end tanks are superior to OEM in looks and durability.

The built-in corner bracing of the patent pending X-Braced Aluminum Radiators for the CRF motorcycles ensures the highest level of durability for riders who push their machines to the extreme.

Designed with straightforward installation in mind, these Honda radiators retain the fitment and mounting points of the OEM radiators with no additional modifications required.

Mishimoto guarantees superior performance and quality with an unmatched lifetime warranty on all parts. Call Mishimoto directly at 1-877-GO-MISHI or visit Mishimoto.com for more product information, including technical specifications and a list of compatible applications.

2009-11 Honda CRF450R Aluminum Radiator
Model: MMDB-CRF450R-09L (Left)
Model: MMDB-CRF450R-10R (Right)
MSRP: $200.00 (per side)

2010-11 Honda CRF250R Aluminum Radiator
Model: MMDB-CRF250R-10L (Left)
Model: MMDB-CRF250R-10R (Right)
MSRP: $200.00 (per side)

Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
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