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Gen 2 Montero / Re: gen3 springs on a gen2.5
« on: April 27, 2019, 11:30:34 PM »
No they do not, they are designed for IRS vs live axle.

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new group buy is open if you missed out last round

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For Sale Automotive / Re: US made HP Gen 1 V6 and Gen 3.5L radiators -
« on: February 08, 2019, 05:20:42 PM »
Just got photos of the first 2 units off the line. Will be test fitting them and then the rest are being done and shipped

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Gen 1 Montero / Re: US made HP Gen 1 V6 radiators Group Buy
« on: February 08, 2019, 05:18:24 PM »
Just got photos of the first radiators off the line, going to get them test fitted and then green light the rest

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Build Threads / Re: 1997 Montero SR - The white ghost
« on: February 06, 2019, 09:09:10 PM »
just updated my list of mods and truck projects in case anyone cares about my build progress

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For Sale Automotive / Re: US made HP Gen 2 radiators Group Buy
« on: January 24, 2019, 10:21:01 AM »
Gen 2 guys are good, waiting on one more Gen 1 to setup up. The person committed but has not sent payment yet.

Hey Kalieracer, how's this group buy looking? Have you gotten the minimum 5 interested yet?

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Gen 1 Montero / Re: US made HP Gen 1 V6 radiators Group Buy
« on: January 18, 2019, 10:10:00 PM »
In the case of this radiator it is about 1.5 time stock, the gen 2 unit is over 2x.  In terms of the 4cy units, no one has expressed interest in doing a run. Though based on my time in the starquest groups the inlet and outlet locations of starquest radiators are the same as the montero, if so you could use any of the units made for them by modding the mounts and shroud brackets or use 240sx radiator as many of the starquest guys do. I can have the MFG get me pricing for the 4cyl (what sort of cooling did you want) and did want to retain the fan clutch?

So, almost twice the heat removal of stock?

Any plans for 4-cyl applications like SWB Montero or Max?

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Gen 1 Montero / US made HP Gen 1 V6 radiators Group Buy
« on: January 18, 2019, 12:46:15 PM »
Custom Alloy Radiator info US made, US materials, US Labor These are made by CGJ in AL, 12month warranty * . These units are tested fitted, and checked against denso factory radiators.

Gen 1 V6 Radiator group buy - 6-8 weeks lead time from order placement to ship
Radiator spec 1.5in 1 Row of 1.25 tube alloy core 285,000 BTU/H hour rating
Upgraded Plate transcooler, 3/8 NTP bung on top, 3/8 NTP bung on the bottom NTP anode bung. Offset extended mount to allow trucks to drill new mounting holes. This is a drop in radiator.
5-10 units cost 440 to mfg Please include 13.06 to cover paypal fees, do not send payment as F&F

Shipping 35-45 Lower 48 insured. Will be calculated exactly and I will let you know the balance

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Gen 2 Montero / US made HP Gen 2 radiators Group Buy
« on: January 18, 2019, 12:37:54 PM »
Custom Alloy Radiator info US made, US materials, US Labor These are made by CGJ in AL, 12month warranty * . These units are tested fitted, and checked against denso factory radiators.

Gen 2 3.5L Radiator group buy 6-8 weeks lead time from order placement to ship
Radiator spec 2.25inch 2 row of 1inch tubes alloy core 380000 BTU/H hour rating
Upgraded Plate transcooler, 3/8 NTP bung on top, 3/8 NTP bung on the bottom NTP anode bung. Offset extended mount to allow trucks to drill new mounting holes. This is a drop in radiator.
5-10 units cost 550 to mfg Please include 16.25 to cover paypal fees, do not send payment as F&F

Gen 1 V6 Radiator group buy - 6-8 weeks lead time from order placement to ship
Radiator spec 1.5in 1 Row of 1.25 tube alloy core 285,000 BTU/H hour rating
Upgraded Plate transcooler, 3/8 NTP bung on top, 3/8 NTP bung on the bottom NTP anode bung. Offset extended mount to allow trucks to drill new mounting holes. This is a drop in radiator.
5-10 units cost 440 to mfg Please include 13.06 to cover paypal fees, do not send payment as F&F

Shipping 35-45 Lower 48 insured. Will be calculated exactly and I will let you know the balance

Payment can be sent to LMATUS@gmail.com

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Gen 2 Montero / Re: ECU/TCU/check engine light
« on: January 03, 2019, 11:44:10 PM »
thow a 3.8 long block in there.

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For Sale Automotive / Re: US made HP Gen 2 radiators Group Buy
« on: January 03, 2019, 11:42:16 PM »
Those interested in the radiators we are going to have a group buy open next week for a couple weeks. Need to know who is in?

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They are specific to the 3.5 L full size truck and Evo model. There are two type a Chinese made version and US made. US made is going to have an open group buy for them. Chinese are made to order and shipped to you.

Thanks Kalieracer. Also, the high performance radiators you mentioned, are they specific to the Montero or require modification(s) to be used? If the latter, do you have any links to where they can be purchased?

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General Discussion / Re: Repair Shop & Auto Transport recommendation
« on: October 02, 2018, 09:17:05 PM »
Larry McCoy Real Performance Automotive

Hello everyone!  Im new to the forum and expecting to take possession of a freshly imported 1993 Pajero Exceed RHD.  Can someone direct me to a good repair facility who knows how to work on them preferably in the Vancouver, WA - Portland, OR area
After all preventive maintenance have been addressed, I plan to have it transported to New York where it will be enjoyed.
Any leads for auto shippers will be greatly appreciated.

Happy to be part of this Group!

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That is not for gas gen 2 and it is plastic and alloy vs the stock brass cooper or high performance tig welded alloy unit. It will cool fine just not last off road or cool more than stock.

I noticed on Amazon there is a Koyo brand radiator under the MB890951- I always thought Koyo was a good brand, however, it in this case is it still inferior to the OEM?

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So this sorta depends on your cooling system setup. Radiator and such. 180 is still fine, you can always cover up part of radiator to get more heat in the system

Would a lower temp thermostat be detrimental for the engine? What is supposed to be the normal operating temperature? My truck will see freezing temperatures, but a lot more triple digits in standstill traffic or hot days wheeling. I was thinking of getting the 170 or 180 thermostat but I'm not sure if they will let the truck warm up properly in freezing conditions. I'll be upgrading other bits of the cooling system as needed but currently I have a non oem thermostat, so that's on top of the list.

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