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Old 12-28-2012, 06:46 PM   #1
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Mishimoto Radiator for 2005-2010 Cobalt 2.0/2.2/2.4 in stock!







We're giving special pricing to the first 10 people that place an order for this brand new radiator! This is supposed to be $279.99 but we're extending the special intro price of $239 to the first 10 people!
The Mishimoto performance aluminum radiator for the 2005-2010 Chevrolet Cobalt SS is the ideal upgrade to the stock Cobalt radiator. The last thing you want is to be limited by the factory size unit during a hot day to the strip or when you're stuck in traffic.

Mishimoto engineers know that, and their design reflects this by utilizing an all aluminum design to increase cooling efficiency. With brushed aluminum end tanks and a signature Mishimoto magnetic drain plug, the Mishimoto Cobalt SS radiator looks as good as it performs!

This radiator is DIRECT FIT on the following vehicles with manual transmissions:
•2005-2010 Chevrolet Cobalt 2.0/2.2/2.4
•2003-2007 Saturn Ion
•2007-2009 Pontiac G5
In order to use this radiator on an automatic transmission equipped vehicle you'll need to install a seperate automatic transmission cooler.

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Cooling - 05-10 Cobalt 2.0/2.2/2.4 Mishimoto Aluminum Radiator
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Damn under 300$? Id like to see some real world testing to prove its gains, because the price sure is appealing
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Old 12-28-2012, 08:25 PM   #3
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Damn under 300$? Id like to see some real world testing to prove its gains, because the price sure is appealing
Whew, you're lucky that this is Modern Performance and not TTR. Asking for proved gains could have turned ugly.
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^^^^ haha so tru so tru, i would def jump on this but i would like to see gains myself, if i brought it i wouldnt install until march anyway.
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I know the scion guys have problems with them leaking more often then not. Im curious to see if that issue has been addressed
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maybe not just modified to fit our cars but we need a test mule!!
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lol some one buy it ill be the test mule xP
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I'm sorry but most of the mishimoto's I've seen are being sent out to get replaced do to cracks and leaks.
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looks like a real thin core is used..... cant see it being much better then stock. glws though it looks pretty.

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I'm sorry but most of the mishimoto's I've seen are being sent out to get replaced do to cracks and leaks.
im active in the scion community due to fiance's car, and thats the common problem over there
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I have it. Its not leaking. I was the test car. I think its the same size core as factory. I believe the problem for making it an oversized core would be that they could not make it available for both the turbo model and the supercharger model and use the same design due to the heat exchanger on the supercharged cobalts.

I believe this radiator should also fit the 2.2L and 2.4L cobalts too.
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core size is 26.77" x 14.80" according to the Mishimoto website
Chevrolet Cobalt SS Performance Aluminum Radiator, 2005-2010, by Mishimoto

kinda surprised to hear about leaks on other vehicles. honda guys seem to run the half size ones all day without issues
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Just ordered one last night, Broke my radiator pulling into a business parking lot with a sloped angle, bumped the bottom I guess and it broke the plastic endtank.
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core size is 26.77" x 14.80" according to the Mishimoto website
Chevrolet Cobalt SS Performance Aluminum Radiator, 2005-2010, by Mishimoto

kinda surprised to hear about leaks on other vehicles. honda guys seem to run the half size ones all day without issues
do they give a depth size? im pretty sure tahts a stock core size or really close to it.... doesnt matter to me in all honestly. it will just be a nice show piece.... if you really wanna add cooling you need to increase the core size with a GOOD core. they wanted to be pretty universal between models so they couldnt do that.
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do they give a depth size?
not for the core no but overall size says 33.07” x 16.99” x 4.21”
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I can slap a tape measure on mine before the install and take some pics for those wanting them.

I just got mine today, Friday and will be installing tomorrow.

Wish me luck, and YAYA ill get the drive the balt after is sat for 4 days thanks for a cracked radiator. blah
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from what i can tell the core is close to stock size.
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Core is pretty close to stock. The stock one is 3/4 inches thick and the Mishi is 1 inch thick.

Got to say it fits amazing and was easy to install once I got to it.
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post pix of it im strongly thinking bout it
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Interesting.
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post pix of it im strongly thinking bout it
hmmmfph. Ive posted pics before and you guys said "oh No its pointless, its a radiator!".

I thought they did an install video for their youtube account or at least I was told that lol. Was looking forward to seeing that.
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its not pointless because its a radiator. its just pointless because its a stock size core from the looks of it. but for manufacturing purposes apparently they had to so they could make it fit in all models. its like our solstice radiator..... it has stock features to mount the ac condensor and all that jazz but the core is thicker and is completely aluminum.
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