- Direct fit for the 2017+ Honda Civic Type R
- Radiator hoses are constructed from 4 layers of silicone with heat-resistant embedded fibres
- Improves heat and pressure tolerance
- Includes high-quality worm gear clamps for ease of installation
- Available in black, matte black, blue, or red
- Mishimoto Lifetime Warranty
Upgrade your Civic Type R’s radiator hoses with the Mishimoto 2017+ Honda Civic Type R Radiator Hose Kit. This kit is specifically designed for the K20C1-equipped CTRs to increase heat and pressure tolerance while adding some flair to the engine bay.
Get rid of the ugly stock rubber hoses in favor of a direct-fit kit made of high-grade silicone with heat-resistant embedded fibers, good for keeping things contained at temperatures of up to 165°C. High-quality worm gear clamps ensure that things stay secure no matter what the conditions are, and the added strength of the materials in both the hose and clamps offer improved pressure tolerance compared to stock.
The kit includes an upper hose, a lower hose, and an expansion tank hose. The set is available in your choice of black, blue, or red. This product also ships with the Mishimoto Lifetime Warranty.
- TECH SPECS
Material Silicone Ext. Material Temp. Rating 330°F (165°C) Int. Layer Temp. Rating 330°F (165°C) Interior Layer Silicone Thickness 4mm Max Temp 330°F (165°C)
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