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Can someone tell me the name of this part?

Located a little below the radiator, behind crash bar. Pretty much the bottom part where the U pipe from the IC goes around

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Looks like the radiator bearing...I mean radiator support, sorry 😆

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Looks like the radiator bearing...I mean radiator support, sorry 😆

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Thanks mate I thought it was that too. Just needed confirmation so I don't end up ordering the wrong part

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Just to give you an idea of what it looks like.

fyi, the support is slightly different between the 3.8 and 2.0

HYUNDAI 641012M000 GENUINE OEM RADIATOR SUPPORT | eBay

If you don't plan on running the 2.0 stock intercooler, and don't mind buying a 3.8 AC condenser (Which is easier to get and cheaper than the 2.0 for whatever reason) and 3.8 radiator, I would do that and get the 3.8 radiator support.

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So I can run the oem 3.8 rad support on my 2.0?

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So I can run the oem 3.8 rad support on my 2.0?

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from what I can tell, yes. the difference are the radiator and ac condenser tab locations.

I've gotten 2 ac condensers from oem parts sellers sending me the wrong one twice (3.8 condenser)
Finally got the right one (2.0) from someone on the forums.

Thought I could make the 3.8 work, but the tabs are too out of place, and didn't want to cut/weld on the condenser. IIRC the ac line ports on the condenser are in the same location on both 2.0 and 3.8
If you just want to bolt it up and go, then go with the 2.0 radiator support.

I suggested the 3.8 support before, just if you were planning on getting the 3.8 radiator/condenser. If you remove the oem intercooler, it leaves a big gap on the bottom and exposes the fan.
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Question, I heard from a friend that I have to weld on the radiator support. Is that true?

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Question, I heard from a friend that I have to weld on the radiator support. Is that true?

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No. When you take off the bumper (not bumper cover) you will be able to wiggle it around. this will let you adjust how the bumper cover sit when everything is back together.

Once the bumper structure is off, you just have to unbolt it from the sides. If you look at the seoufulracing channel's latest video, you can see that the support is removed (not a how-to of how to remove it).

The radiator support is a metal structure with plastic cast over it, you would have grind away at the plastic to get to the metal to even weld it.
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