HPS Radiator Hose Kit Toyota Supra Turbo 1JZ-GTE 2JZGTE 2JZ-GE 1986-1998
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HPS High Temp Reinforced Silicone Radiator Hose Kits are designed to replace stock OEM rubber hoses, which can eventually weaken over time, leading to premature failure. With premium quality silicone and race inspired design, this HPS silicon radiator hose kit can withstand the harsh high temperature and high pressure operating conditions of the engine, yet still maintaining peak efficiency during competition or daily driving.
Key Features: Stay Cool - Old cracked or split radiator hoses are not efficiently cooling your engine, which can cause it to overheat and leave you stranded. Maintain your Supra cooling system by replacing your old brittle hoses now before it's too late! Perfect for racing or daily driving application.
Direct Fit - HPS silicone radiator hose kits have all the correct bends and curves for a perfect fit replacement on your Supra, not a cheap one size fits all universal hose you get at the local parts store that you have to fight with to install!
Premium Quality - HPS Silicon coolant hose kits are made from multi-ply premium grade silicone and reinforced with high-quality polyester, which reduces the risk of component failure and enables higher temperature and pressure to be maintained with complete confidence.
Technical Specifications: Temperature Range: -65 deg. F to + 350 deg. F (177 deg. C)
Color: Black, Blue, or Red
Material: 3-Ply Reinforced High Temp Silicone
100% Stainless Steel Clamps are included for easy installation
Recommended Torque = 35 in.lbs.
Maximum Torque = 50 in.lbs.
Over-tightening the clamps may break the clamps or damage the radiator plastic connector that would eventually cause the coolant leak!