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Re: lightweight radiator

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01-11-2013 14:55:53

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do you currently use one of these radiators? what do you have it in, I'm considering something like this for my 460, but I want to make sure I have enough cooling.

thanks, Rusty

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01-11-2013 15:17:00

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 Re: lightweight radiator in reply to perrycountyfarmalls, 01-11-2013 14:55:53  
Oliver 88 w/320... Have the electric fan to run too, but not always on... 1 thing you have to do is, make it so any air that comes through grill HAS to pass through radiator.... I used card board and duct tape when I put it in to make a shroud around it, but now I ripped it all out to use aluminum sheet metal.... Oh! I am using a stock water pump, but I am gonna try an electric shur-flo? Rv pump of some sort... I will be putting it back together in a couple weeks and try to take a pic

There is an additive I use called 40 below that helps reduce water temp, i only noticed about 15 degrees cooler...I use that and just water... No thermostat just a 7/8 hole in a plate....
Look on ebay as there are some bigger hot rod radiators to use too, but cost a lot more

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01-11-2013 15:27:11

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 Re: lightweight radiator in reply to 6pack, 01-11-2013 15:17:00  
I'll be about the same motor wise, and planned on an electric fan and stock waterpump also.

I run.. I think its called engine ice in my 4 wheelers...maybe something similar.

Thanks for the help!!

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