Whether you’re running a bad radiator cap that won’t hold pressure, have a kink or pinch in one of your radiator lines that’s restricting the flow of coolant, or went a little overboard with your high-pressure washer and bent a radiator fin, repairing or replacing your Honda Pioneer radiator is both cheaper and easier than fixing engine issues caused by overheating. Compared to other brands of side-by-sides, the radiator on the Honda Pioneer sits up relatively high on the machine. That being said, it can still fill up and get clogged with mud, dirt, and other debris, which restricts airflow and hinders the performance of the radiator. Many riders carry a pump sprayer to periodically blast the radiator clean, while others opt for radiator relocation kits that place the radiator higher up or in the back of the machine. Adjusting the Pioneer’s computer to activate the radiator fans at lower temperatures is another option for keeping your machine cool. But if you’ve damaged your radiator or are simply tired of having to spray it clean all the time, an aftermarket radiator from Everything Honda Offroad could be the solution you’re after.

With direct bolt-on radiator kits that incorporate dual-fan systems and hook up to your rig’s computer, you don’t need to worry about controlling your radiator manually with switches or on/off buttons. The radiators you’ll find here are test-fitted before shipping, and are rubber mounted to ensure a clean and tight fit. While OEM radiator lines can get extremely hot, many of our aftermarket radiators come with insulated radiator lines to prevent your machine from getting hot and your hands from getting burnt. If you steer clear of that compound clay and give your radiator a deep clean every other ride or so, you’ll probably avoid any major overheating issue. But if you’ve broken your radiator, are in need of replacement Honda Pioneer radiator components, or just want a better radiator so you don’t have to keep worrying about it, you’re guaranteed to find exactly what you’re after right here at Everything Honda Offroad.