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Mishimoto 1.1 Bar Compatible With Ford Overflow Reservoir Cap

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Mishimoto 1.1 Bar Compatible With Ford Overflow Reservoir Cap

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Product description

Getting the most out of your performance parts comes down to the details. When faced with hard driving conditions, a vehicle's cooling system becomes highly pressurized. Factory caps are not equipped to handle long term use and often lose pressure, in turn reducing the potential coolant boiling point and boiling the coolant. The Mishimoto 1.1 Bar Overflow Reservoir Cap will keep coolant where it needs to be, flowing within the system.


From the manufacturer

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Efficient Cooling

These caps raise the boiling point of engine coolant to provide a safer and more efficient cooling system.

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Ergonomic Design

Ergonomically designed for easy removal and installation and fits most vehicles.

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Accuracy

Gauge provides accurate temperature reading of coolant.

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Universal Fill Necks

CNC machined aluminum universal fill necks are ready to be welded for custom application, and fits with the Mishimoto Radiator Cap

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Efficient Cooling

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Ergonomic Design

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Accuracy

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Universal Fill Necks

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Related Items The Mishimoto 1.1 Bar Overflow Reservoir Cap will keep coolant where it needs to be, flowing within the system. The sleek carbon fiber exterior will add an unexpected touch of style. Constructed from hand laid carbon fiber. Rated at 1.3 Bar (19 lbs pressure). Fits most import vehicles. A perfect replacement for your OEM radiator cap, the Mishimoto Temperature Gauge cap will provide increased pressure tolerance (1.3 Bar), while providing an accurate temperature reading of your coolant. 1.3 bar (19 psi) high-pressure radiator cap raises the boiling point of engine coolant to provide a safer and more efficient cooling system The Mishimoto Aluminum Coolant Fill Necks are CNC machined and ready to be welded for use with your custom project. These Aluminum Fill Necks are compatible with our Mishimoto Radiator Caps

Mishimoto 1.1 Bar Compatible With Ford Overflow Reservoir Cap

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