A small rock can ruin your day by simply punching your radiator. We also all know that the radiator pumps liquid through tubes located in your radiator and the air that cools it comes from riding your machine. All you need to fix this trip ending accident is a pair of needle-nose pliers.
The first step to fixing a punched/leaking radiator is to shut off the bike . The bike only puts pressure on the coolant when it is running, which is why the bike gets so hot while shut off after riding.
The second step is to use your pliers to extract the fins to the left and right of the tube. This should leave the tubular object by itself leaking away.
The final step is to pinch and roll up the tube so no fluid leaks out when the bike is running. This is a fairly simple method that can get you and your bike to camp with ease and if performed correctly, can hold fluid very well.
I hope this has helped with all the radiator needs and i have found this application from a very reliable resource.