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Front Mount Radiators for Everybody!

Finally! (It took awhile!)

Front Mount Radiators for the masses!

Thermae Front Mount Kits for the SP1 and SP2!

TygaUSA.com - Tyga Performance Carbon Fiber, Exhaust Systems, Billet CNC & More! - Thermae Radiators

These are ALL NEW Front Mount Radiator Kits for the RC51!

After a lot of development to get them just right at a price that we think everyone can justify, we now have them in stock, ready to ship and EVEN ON SALE!

Normally $874, for the next two weeks just $799!!!





Not only are these far less money than anything else out there available we believe they offer excellent fitment, cooling, looks and great bang for the buck!

They fit inside your stock OEM bodywork with no cutting or modification (save the V-Cowl).

You do not need to modify your valve cover!

You still retain full lock to lock steering with no modification.

Billet oil line terminals are included!

You can run up to 2 SPAL fans for greater cooling!

The Thermae Kit comes complete with the following items:

Upper Radiator

Lower Radiator

Oil Cooler

Billet CNC Oil line terminals

Aluminum tubing

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Complete Instructions

To keep costs down we are leaving the oil lines and a few of the hoses up to the end user, this will allow you to save a few bucks and give you an option on colors, material etc when spec'ing your lines and hoses.

Detailed installation instructions with photos come in every kit, you can also find them online here:
TygaUSA.com - Tyga Performance Carbon Fiber, Exhaust Systems, Billet CNC & More! - Thermae RC51 SP Radiator Installtion

They will keep your bike cooler on the street and at the track, prevent oem radiator damage with a lowside/tipover and they just plain look bitchin'!!

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Some more photos, but first a BIG THANKS to Terrence ( IKA-KUN ) on here that did an early install and track testing that provided us with very valuable info and feedback.








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OMG those look amazing bro! Kudos and love the progress!

Next up...HRC exhaust?


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And ofcourse a few with them mounted to the bike!!








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Next up...HRC exhaust?
There's one sitting in a closet in Thailand for 2 years ready to be cloned.

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There's one sitting in a closet in Thailand for 2 years ready to be cloned.
Hey that's next!! *(should only be about 2 more years)

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God damn it! Every time I think I find one it ends up being the lesser model (non-superbike). Ya it looks good but the mori race unit is just as good IMO.

Hurry Glenn....you're my only hope!



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those look phenominal glenn... any need to mess with the stock tstat? just flip it around or what? after the headaches i had with my kit it's nice to see one that is about as bolt on as they come!


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how much coller do they run without spal fans vs OEM?


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wow!
look incredible
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Excellent work, looks top notch, I only have two questions before making a decision;

1. Are you able to fit the radiator fan switch, I understand that there is a difference between the SP1 and SP2 with regards to the fan actuation???

2. Will you be able to fit any kind of guard to the lower two radiators as I have noticed that a lot get stone damage???

Thanks.
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Excellent work, looks top notch, I only have two questions before making a decision;

1. Are you able to fit the radiator fan switch, I understand that there is a difference between the SP1 and SP2 with regards to the fan actuation???

2. Will you be able to fit any kind of guard to the lower two radiators as I have noticed that a lot get stone damage???

Thanks.
The SP1 and SP2 rad kits are identical except the SP1 upper rad is threaded ready to receive the OEM fan thermo switch if you want to fit it. On the SP2 the fan is activated by the CDI so no need.

I safety wired an aluminium screen to the face of the lower rad to minimise stone damage, I didn't bother on the oil cooler.

Hope this helps,

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I safety wired an aluminium screen to the face of the lower rad to minimise stone damage, I didn't bother on the oil cooler.
Looks like an awesome kit guys! Great work! Neat product from a reputable seller with an stellar history of quality! The price point is excellent too!


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Jimmy,

Thanks for the reply. I guess that you could use the SP1 rad on an SP2 and just block the radiator switch hole off with a bolt. (I am greedy and have both models!!)

Is there any chance that you could post a picture of your radiator guard or if I PM you my email address maybe you could send one to me???

Thanks for the help,

Neil.
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Neil,

sure thing. I'm away 'til the end of the month but when I get home I'll post some some pictures of the stone guard I made, it's pretty basic. I can also post some pictures of the SPAL fans mounted.

I ran an SP1 prototype on my SP2 for a while with a bung in the threaded hole. If you're tracking your SP1 and don't need a fan you can just use the SP2 rads.
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Great job.looks better than oem. Can you use your oem fans with it?
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Congratulations they look great I love the Ali cnc bits good luck
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Glenn those look just tits !!!

I can't beleive you still have that fugly O.E.M. overflow tank on there

I know where you can get the HRC tank ;->


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Jimmy,

Thanks for the reply. I guess that you could use the SP1 rad on an SP2 and just block the radiator switch hole off with a bolt. (I am greedy and have both models!!)

Is there any chance that you could post a picture of your radiator guard or if I PM you my email address maybe you could send one to me???

Thanks for the help,

Neil.

FIRST, Great Job Jimmy and Glen, Very Nice job indeed!


Hey Neil.... This is such a basic thing I can't actually believe you're asking for pictures..

You just go to your local Hardware store and by whatever screen mesh that floats your boat.... and
afix it with safety wire as Jimmy said... It's as easy as putting gas in your gas tank!
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stunning work.


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