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NEW ALUMINUM Koyo Radiator for 3rd Gen Toyota 4Runner - VH010665N

Koyo is proud to introduce an all-aluminum performance radiator for the 1996-2002 Toyota 4Runner (3rd Generation). This radiator, part number VH010665N features Koyorad's NFLO triple pass technology which directs coolant in three directions through the radiator. Internal partitions are strategically placed to promote complete core coverage for improved efficiency over the OEM style single pass radiator configuration. In addition, the core thickness has been increased to 36mm, a 44% increase over the OEM unit and utilizes Koyorad’s high density tubes and fins to boost the vehicle’s heat capacity and endurance under extreme use.


Factory fans, AC condenser, OEM coolant hoses and OEM mounting provisions are retained, requiring no modifications. Koyorad’s advanced engineering and design methods, impeccable TIG welds, proficiency in furnace brazing, and triple pressure testing for quality has earned their excellent reputation in performance cooling worldwide.

Purchase Info - Use links below, enter code T4R for discount.

Radiator - VH010665N

Radiator Cap - SK-C13

This radiator separates the transmission cooler from the radiator. If equipped with automatic transmission, your 4Runner will require an external transmission cooler (not included).

Features:
Includes high quality, OEM style side mounting brackets
NFLO Triple Pass Technology
36mm High Density Hyper Core
All-aluminum radiator construction
TIG Welded and furnace brazed for longevity
Billet aluminum filler neck and drain plug
Compatible with OEM fans, hoses and mounting provisions
Triple pressure tested during manufacturing process

Special Notes:
If equipped with automatic transmission, vehicle will require external transmission cooler (not included).
Requires Koyorad # SK-C13 or equivalent cap. OEM radiator cap is not compatible.

MSRP $492.00
KOYO Part# VH010665N

Applications:
1996-2002 Toyota 4Runner 2.7L and 3.4L (3rd Generation)


UPC: 847839016921
Box dimensions: 32” x 8” x 31”
20 lbs.

Availability: Now accepting Pre-Orders - First shipment arrives mid May 2019.


Purchase Info - Use links below, enter code T4R for discount.

Radiator - VH010665N
Radiator Cap - SK-C13


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Stock height? With that cooling capacity would be nice to be above frame rails for proper aftermarket skid clearance.

Just curious... (Iím a nerd)... any info on what the NFLO multiple direction flow actually does for cooling or why better than conventional triple core aluminum?

Itís nice to plug n play tranny if you have auto, but I like giving that capacity to coolant bc if you doing this radiator youíre all in anyway. Looks nice. Good luck w it.
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With it being thicker (44%) and no dedicated real estate for an auto transmission cooler, what is the coolant capacity? I imagine a fair amount more...
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Pretty priceyyyyyy but hey. Im just a 23 year old college student anyways. Im looking at the Liland global all aluminum OEM replacement that is plug and play for auto trans. Rock auto had it for $150 but they sold out so Im going to have to go with CarID for 200, free shipping though.
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If this were the short core (2.4 manual taco) it would be a total winner over existing options!

(short is where it's at)

separating the trans cooler is a solid idea though - kudos to koyo for having the wherewithal to do so.
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although a cooler for the tranny in the radiator...for this "new " radiator..being not in the radiator might be good for you folks down south...the radiator is also a pre-heater for the trans for us cold weather people...some days im lucky to hit above 30 in the winter
tranny fluid too cold is almost as bad as too hot
and the price is kind of up there....where a champion has the trans heating/cooling function
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Would have loved to seen this come to market ten years ago when I was changing mine out. I would have thought Koyo could have made more $$$ doing such.

COO?

Who will be the member to post the first pics?

Considering I have never had overheating problems and am seeing now a constant 188f thanks in large to finally expunging almost all the bubbles in the coolant, I will pass.

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welp, i just bought an OEM radiator
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If this were the short core (2.4 manual taco) it would be a total winner over existing options!
Champion's aluminum rad for the 3.4 tacoma is shorter.
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Champion's aluminum rad for the 3.4 tacoma is shorter.
yep, that's the one I have, but I'd have more confidence in a Koyo version.
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yep, that's the one I have, but I'd have more confidence in a Koyo version.
I don't see why Champion would have lesser reputation than Koyo?
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I don't see why Champion would have lesser reputation than Koyo?
there've been a number of failures over on TW recently. hit or miss, it seems.
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the name Koyo sounds like it would cool in a more Japanese way?
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there've been a number of failures over on TW recently. hit or miss, it seems.
hmmm

Mine seems to be going strong (knock on wood).

FWIW, I bought an OEM Toyota Rad to replace my original some years ago and it failed in 3 years. Then I got the Champion. Been happy since.
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Stock height? With that cooling capacity would be nice to be above frame rails for proper aftermarket skid clearance.

Just curious... (I’m a nerd)... any info on what the NFLO multiple direction flow actually does for cooling or why better than conventional triple core aluminum?

It’s nice to plug n play tranny if you have auto, but I like giving that capacity to coolant bc if you doing this radiator you’re all in anyway. Looks nice. Good luck w it.
N FLO has to do with the flow (or "pass") of the water, where double/triple core references the amount/orientation of layers of tubes.

This KOYO is a double core, triple pass radiator (Image says dual, but it its a 3 pass in that is goes down, up, down.


Dual vs Triple Row Cores
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