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Discussion in 'High Performance Modifications' started by muscl car, May 8, 2019.
Yep that's the same size then. Sweet!
Did you get this in and how does it work?
Decided I am going to keep my stock clutch fan, so I am just updating the radiator.
Not for another month or so !!!!
Any update on this radiator? Looks like I'll be in the market for one as well.
This radiator keeps the engine very cool , with a 180° t-stat during the Summer months here in the Desert never saw temps over 180°
I can say the dewitts in my car also works very well, with the electric fans set in two stages, the car never gets over 200. I have my fans set on 200 because any lower and the fans stay on ALL the time because of the way my thermostat runs.
If I had my clutch fan still, I doubt it would ever engage lol
I bought a Holley Frostbite last winter during their Christmas sale for my 72 with a big block 3 row and had no problems with overheating or leaks. Very happy with purchase.
Forgot to mention that my Griffin aluminum radiator is so efficient in cooling my engine . During colder Winter months the water temp never gets above the thermostat temp which is 180° .idling in the garage for 15 minutes temp never got above 160°
So basically you say it's so cold over there that your engine never warms up beyond thermostat opening temperature, regardless of the radiator.
With the new aluminum radiator ....
Last summer on a 107° day , engine water temp never got above 175° with a 180° thermostat . Back in late September when I last drove it and on a 60° day and after 15 min idle time in the garage engine temp never got above 160°
Old OEM radiator with a 160° thermostat during the summer ran 10-20 deg above stat temp . Winter time it ran 10 deg above stat temp