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    High Pressure Radiator Cap

    Looking for a new TRD radiator cap, or any cap rated at 1.5 bar or higher. New only though. Can be a different brand than TRD if it is 1.5 bar or higher.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Patryn View Post
    Looking for a new TRD radiator cap, or any cap rated at 1.5 bar or higher. New only though. Can be a different brand than TRD if it is 1.5 bar or higher.
    The TRD cap is available from any Toyota/Scion dealer. They are pricey (around $35=40, depending on the dealer), but are the real thing. I wouldn't get any other cap.

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    Stant 10361 (20 PSI) or 10362 (23PSI)

    < $20

    http://www.amazon.com/Stant-10362-Ra...0291891&sr=1-1

    I'm running the 10361, works great.
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    The stant is what I posted about many years ago, probably going on 6-7 years now. Still using it. Works great.

    -Chris

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ninja Performance View Post
    The stant is what I posted about many years ago, probably going on 6-7 years now. Still using it. Works great.

    -Chris
    yep, got that advice from you an Von's postings.

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    Just ordered the 23 psi one from Amazon. Had a TRD, but I guess after about 9 years it was getting a little weak. Worked great though.

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