Blitz Racing Radiator LM Type-R Mazda RX7 92-02
Complementing the line of high-performance upgrades and intercooler kits, Blitz "LM (Last Modified) Radiators" were designed to provide maximum cooling efficiency to prevent premature engine failure. Blitz LM Radiators are full light-weight, high-heat transferring aluminum ’ featuring a "tube-fin" design that dramatically increases surface area that enables the heat to dissipate more efficiently, the Blitz LM Radiator is 40% more efficient than stock. Complete with polished upper/lower end tanks, Blitz Radiator Cap, and Temperature-Sensor Port, the Blitz LM Radiator aesthetically appeasing and a direct bolt-on application.
BLITZ began in the late 1970s as a circuit racing team and eventually developed into a high performance tuning shop. In 1980 BLITZ Co., LTD. was established in Tokyo, Japan. The concept was to produce high performance products without sacrificing the capability if being daily driven, commuter cars. A key to BLITZs success was from the extensive race experience and also the use of German made KKK turbos, currently owned by the Borg Warner Corp. With the integration of KKK components, BLITZ had been able to produce high performance products for race and street purposes.