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  • FLUIDYNE radiators for Suzuki DR-Z400

    FLUIDYNE radiators for Suzuki DR-Z400

    Whether dual-sporting, pavement pounding or roosting in the dirt, excess heat is the enemy of consistent four-stroke engine performance and reliability. That’s why FLUIDYNE Powersports builds radiators for Suzuki’s entire DR-Z400 lineup: the SM-designated Supermoto, S-model dual-sporter and the dirt-only DR-Z400.

    These radiators keep Dr. Z’s do-it-all Thumper motor properly cooled in less-than-optimal conditions that can lead to overheating, short-term power loss, premature oil breakdown or worse.


  • Fluidyne radiators cool the Polaris RZR (photos)

    Fluidyne radiators cool the Polaris RZR (photos)

    Peak engine performance is only achieved at optimal coolant temperatures.

    Like many UTV motors, the RZR’s 760cc Twin sometimes struggles to accelerate its half-ton of side-by-side fun and remain properly cooled in less-than-optimal conditions such as when slogging through mud holes or hammering through the dunes. At various levels, this can lead to overheating, short-term power loss, premature oil breakdown or worse.


  • Fluidyne radiators cool the Honda CRF450R (photos)

    Fluidyne radiators cool the Honda CRF450R (photos)

    Peak engine performance is achieved at optimal coolant temperatures.

    Unfortunately, like most motocross motors, the new-generation, fuel-injected CRF450R engine struggles to maintain its cool in less-than-optimal moto conditions such as threading the needle through technical wooded trails or pinning it down desert sand washes. At various levels, this can lead to overheating, short-term power loss, premature oil breakdown or worse.


  • Fluidyne Powersports announces 2009 KX450F Radiators

    Fluidyne Powersports announces 2009 KX450F Radiators

    Heat is the enemy of four-stroke engine performance and reliability.

    While Kawasaki’s mighty KX450F received updated radiators for 2009, it still struggles to maintain proper coolant temperatures in less-than-optimal moto conditions. At various levels, this can lead to overheating, short-term power loss, premature oil breakdown or worse.


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