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    New rs50/kx135 pics

    Here are a few more updated pics..........
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    Looks good! The picture of the rear mount is kinda crazy!

    How did you do your radiator lines? My KX water pump has two outlets and the head has two nipples for coolant lines in. I cant tell from your picture, but do you only have one line into the head? I had considered just going with the stock rs50 radiator and capping one line off the pump and one line into the head, assuming the two passages into the head are connected and I wouldn't be running one side dry.

    I'll probably just end up going w/ my two stock KX125 radiators tho.

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    what year is your engine? mine is a 2003, one top inlet and one water pump outlet

    the rearsets are originally for nc35 so i had to add an aluminum bracket to mount em....
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    wrong temp sending unit but works for now.....
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    i'm chicken.......9800k=73 mph

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    temp sender wont fit into the radiator? Looks like there's a sender already sticking out of the radiator? My KX engine is a 1994, so I guess its a little bit different.

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    senders are in the rad, but using an inline unit, i will look up your engine and see if i can forward any ideas

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    make sure to use motul synthetic

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    32:1=4 oz per gal

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