Griffin is well known in the racing industry for their radiators and their quality is unrivaled. That is why Hybrid Racing has teamed up with Griffin to make a radiator specifically for K series engine swaps. Each K swap radiator is carefully designed by Hybrid Racing to take into account both the chassis’ dimensions and mounting points, as well as the K-series’ motor coolant inlet and outlet. These radiators simplify the K-series engine swap by eliminating the need for custom mounting brackets and by providing a guaranteed fit for your specific swap. That means no cutting is required whatsoever.
This radiator integrates the necessary ports for the Coolant Temperature Sending Unit and the Fan Switch, eliminating the need for a Hybrid Racing Radiator Hose Insert. There is also a grounding bung welded to the lower end tank to guarantee that the sensors mounted to the radiator get a good ground connection.
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Endurance racing is one of the worlds toughest forms of motorsports. Even on a basic level, keeping a high performance car racing full out for a long period of time is a challenge.
Sprinkle in OE manufacturers, experiemental technology, professional and gentlemen drivers, about 60 different cars and you have one hell of an event. Oh, and you have to race flat our for 24 hours only to stop for fuel and tire changes... yea, it's not easy.
Honda's 9th Generation Honda Civic Si started off as a slightly better base level car until it was refreshed for 2014. With exterior and interior upgrades completely changing the look and feel of the car after two models years there were some areas of the car that got overlooked.
This quick guide gives you some insight on the Top 5 things that we think EVERY 2012-2015 Honda Civic Si needs!