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Old 06-06-2017, 01:46 PM   #82
KeizerBrickGuy
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You sir are in need of more radiator capacity.
Aftermarket aluminum radiators can be purchased by core size, by application... Made up however you like. Another 3-5 pounds in a big aluminum radiator is well worth the effort when the engine stays cool regardless of savagery on the part of the driver.

I did this in the rallycar. Temp gauge never climbs.
Agreed. Mishimoto would is a go-to for aftermarket aluminum radiators for me. They have fantastic build quality, not to mention a kick ass warranty that covers front end collision.
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