By replacing your current Forester XT radiator with a Mishimoto performance aluminium radiator, you will notice a cooler more efficient running engine. The Mishimoto radiator for the Subaru Forester XT Turbo is made with a lightweight two row core made of 100% brazed aluminium and polished aluminium tank end tanks. Installing a direct OEM fit Mishimoto radiator is effortless with no cutting or additional modifications required.
OVERALL SIZE 27.7" x 17.4" x 2.2" CORE SIZE 14.1" x 27.0" ROWS 2 INLET 1.57" OUTLET 1.57" CORE THICKNESS 1.65" TANK WALL THICKNESS. 08" FILL NECK 1.22" DRAIN PLUG THREAD SIZE (M16). 06 ENGINE CODES EJ255 CHASSIS CODES SG5 DPI 2812 DRAIN PLUG THREAD LENGTH. NOTE This item is intended for Manual Transmission vehicles without a gearbox cooler. Please use the supplied NPT plug for 0405 models only, the overflow nipple will be used for 0608 models only.
CAUTION The provided Mishimoto radiator cap should replace the stock cap located on the expansion tank. The stock cap attached to the radiator should be installed on the Mishimoto Performance Aluminum Radiator. The Mishimoto radiator cap is a two way valve, while the stock radiator cap is a single valve. Due to the difference in construction, the Mishimoto cap cannot be used on the radiator. If the Mishimoto cap is fit on the radiator, overheating may occur.It is the installer's responsibility to check all thermostat plugs, NPT plugs, line fittings, and other connections to assure they are fully tightened before operating the vehicle. Mishimoto recommends that you check all connections at regular intervals, especially during the first few miles after installation. The item "Mishimoto Alloy Radiator fits Subaru Forester XT Turbo 04-08 MMRAD-FXT-04" is in sale since Tuesday, February 14, 2017. This item is in the category "Vehicle Parts & Accessories\Car Tuning & Styling\Performance Cooling\Performance Radiators".k" and is located in Ely, Cambridgeshire. This item can be shipped to North, South, or Latin America, all countries in Europe, all countries in continental Asia.