bend radiators back??

I have recently blown up my bike and scuffed up my cylinder and am starting to worry that it was from my slightly bent radiators not being able to cool my engine. Is it possible to bend them back without leaking? Can you really put them in the oven and bend them back or was that a joke?

I have recently blown up my bike and scuffed up my cylinder and am starting to worry that it was from my slightly bent radiators not being able to cool my engine. Is it possible to bend them back without leaking? Can you really put them in the oven and bend them back or was that a joke?

You can try lots of things, but Mylers is the best at rad repair, hands down.

http://www.motorcycleradiators.com/

You can try lots of things, but Mylers is the best at rad repair, hands down.

http://www.motorcycleradiators.com/

Just got a pair back from them,one day turn around,great work,fair price. They are a class act. I highly recomend them.:thumbsup:

I knew about myler's but I really didn't want to send them out unless i knew they were leaking and a problem.

anyone else? If air flows freely are they ok? I don't want to spend unnecesary money but I will if I have to.

I would say just send it out to them to be safe, 50 or so dollars is cheaper than another junked motor. A bent readiator will effect it some but not alot if its really small, but these 4 strokes need everylittle big of cooling they can get, along with twostrokes.

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