Tag: Radiator

Ask the Editors: A Little Help Beating the Heat

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Dear ATVC: I plan on pushing my ATV pretty hard this summer out in the desert for a local points rally series. Do you know of any products that effectively reduce engine heat without costing horsepower? Bajavier You’re in luck as not only do products like the Boyesen Supercooler drop your engine’s operating temp by […] More »

  Comments | By - April 13, 2015

Supertrapp High Performance Radiators for ATV and UTV Applications

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When we think of the brand Supertrapp, the first thing that usually comes to mind is a line of unique exhaust systems with performance that could be altered by using a series of spacer rings. However, these guys are still at it with a whole host of ATV/ UTV performance products. SuperTrapp Industries, Inc. has […] More »

  Comments | By - June 24, 2014

Ask The Editors: Radiator in the Rear?

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Dear ATVC: Simple question – has anyone ever designed a liquid cooled ATV with the radiator in the back? Would that even work? Based on the idea that a radiator requires the flow of air to function, one would think that only logical place to put one would be the front of the machine (where […] More »

  Comments | By - December 17, 2012

ATVC 2012 Father’s Day Gift Guide

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Here’s some facts you probably didn’t know; mother’s day came about before father’s day and the day honoring dads didn’t come about until 1910. Some other things that happened in 1910? The first Jr. High School was opened in the United States, the Ottawa Senators won the Stanley Cup and China abolished slavery.

  Comments | By - June 7, 2012

The Power of Pressure: How Does a New Radiator Cap Keep Your Coolant Cooler?

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Dear ATVC: I’m unclear on how putting a higher-pressure radiator cap on my ATV can keep the coolant inside from boiling over. Can you please elaborate on how that’s possible? Absolutely. To begin you must realize that what we consider the boiling point of a fluid is not a constant but rather the temperature at […] More »

  Comments | By - March 26, 2012

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