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Old 11-16-2005, 02:31   #1 (permalink)
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what rad to use

ive got the fans now i need a rad
393 6/71 to cope with sitting in traffic

who to go with?
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Re: what rad to use

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ive got the fans now i need a rad
393 6/71 to cope with sitting in traffic

who to go with?
hi, iv tried lots of rads doing burnout comps and found that the best was a tropical 3 core with 12mm tubes, not 8mm like natrad crap. this worked better than a new 5 core as they dont limit air flow through the cores. make sure you get a high flow thermostat and a anti cavitate water pump.
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got the thermostat and using electric pump
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