Radiator Big-S1

COD N-L111
NEW-LINE
€468.00
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Model born on the basis of the model Big, but specific to be used in combination with marches Honda engines, widely used in the United States.

In all respects the same as a Big, Big-S1 is characterized by the water outlet, on the underside, directed towards the front part of the kart. Choice, this made for easy installation of the radiator of karts that mount Honda engines in marches, widespread in the US.

The width of the radiating mass, equal to 29 cm, this model allows to offer among the more cooling capacity than a single radiator can offer. In addition, it is one of the most sought after models from a technical standpoint. As reflected in the input (and output) in water with the form "v", able to better distribute the same water over the entire width of the radiating mass, so as to exploit the cooling capacity at best.

The model Big-S1, beyond the technical and performance features that is able to offer, in a clear manner is the attention that New Line Racing puts in listening to the different needs of the market, trying to meet the demands of all customers worldwide.

A further optimization of the air flows is ensured by means of the rear deflector series, able to divert the hot air from the rear tire and facilitate the outflow of the same from behind the radiator.

In case of extreme weather conditions it can be combined with the Extra model.

Use in:

Spring

Summer

Autumn

Winter

measures (cm): 29 x 43 x 4
Weight: 3,100 kg

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