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Old January 31st, 2007, 09:28 PM
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Wondering if this radiator will cool a moderate chev 350? It should fit in the stock position. http://store.summitracing.com/partde...=GRI-1-25202-X
This one is 3" thick rather then this 2.25" http://store.summitracing.com/partde...=GRI-1-45202-X Haven't seen much info for sizing a radiator by horsepower or cubic inch. The stock chev rad cooled fine but was about 15 x 30 single pass that mounted behind stock mounts. I have a 19 x 31 alum rad that I was going to use but its too tall, will hit the hood. What do you all think?
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That would cool it, of course it's just a matter of mounting it. I too have a alum. rad. I'm going to have to mount also, I thing I'm going to tig some flanges to the side of the tank to extend it forward of j-truck cowl, tank is fairly heavy gauge. Some of those radiators come with some kind of generic mounting kit. Good luck!
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