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Hey guys I wanted to know if Radiator Stop leak is safe to use on turbo cars? Looks like i have a small leak in the rad, and wanted a quick fix for now. Any thoughts? or should i just get a new rad? thanks.
 

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No. It's not safe to run on any car. It is designed to clog and seal. You won't want gunk running around your cooling system that is designed to clog and seal! Get a new radiator.

Best deal going I've found:
http://www.d-series.org/forums/showthread.php?t=62975

It fits great, looks good, and works just like it is supposed to.
 

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where is the leak at? cuz a friend of mine had a crack on his and we put some JB on it... never leaked again
 

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I have used that stuff before too but I only used it because it was an emergency (I was on a road trip). If you are not in a situation like that just get a new one they are cheap anyways
 

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Use jb weld if you can see the leak. Iv'e fixed 2 leaks on my rad and have been running like that for over a year no problems
 
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