|REAL RIDER: Ryan Orr|
I first put the radiators to the test at a few WORCS races as well as some local motocross events, and never had any overheating issues or any coolant loss at all. I had to take the bike out on some of the trails that I ride to put the SuperCool Radiators to another test. The trails are really slow, tight single-track that have technical sections requiring a lot of clutch action to get through. My bike still showed no signs of overheating. I have taken stock radiators on the same ride in the same conditions and most of the time I lose coolant.
Overall, these radiators are a good product and get the job done with value to spare. At a retail price of $135 for one side or $260 for both, they’re still cheaper than new OEM radiators (around $186 for the left and $192 for the right). The high-temp silicone hose kit (when purchased with two radiators) will run you $50.If you’re having trouble keeping your bike cool, I would definitely recommended Myler’s SuperCool Radiators. And for an added bonus, they have a nice polished finish to keep your bike looking trick. Check the company out for radiator repair service as well.