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here i am fitting the shround onto the new radiator

making sure it fits alright



modifying the old bracket. Had to drill a new hole



and it's in



 

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how much was it if you dont mind me asking
 

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There like 440 bucks from summit now but about 6 months ago when i bout mine they were 330.00.
 

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Yeah cost me $450 with tax and all.

Rated up to 400hp. Two row with 1inch tubes.

Did you really get yours for 330
 

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Yeah cost me $450 with tax and all.

Rated up to 400hp. Two row with 1inch tubes.

Did you really get yours for 330
Yes sir i sure did,I really cant believe how much they have gone up.


And they are the exact same radiators
 

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and you'd think they'd come with a griffen sticker.

I wanted a sticker to put on my radiator. and nothing got nothing
 

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and you'd think they'd come with a griffen sticker.

I wanted a sticker to put on my radiator. and nothing got nothing
I know I didnt get a sticker either but I got a free cap.
 

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Question is: Does it help? I have a 302 w/just HCI and it wants to run very warm to hot all the time. Have to use the fan alot. I just want to know if a bigger and better radiator makes that much of a difference. I know it does, just want to know how your car ran at after the install.
 

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Runs nice and cool. But my motor is all stock. My original brass radiator had a hole in it and kept leaking. So I wanted to upgrade and I did. I plan on having a motor built for it in the near future so I thought it's best to upgrade now. trying to plan ahead.

What kind of radiator do you have in your car now?
 
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