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post #367 of (permalink) Old 05-16-2019, 03:23 PM
Sazabizc
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Yea I've always thought it wasn't a good idea to have a 200deg hot trans-cooler blowing into the Radiator. Do you have a mishimoto radiator?


No, aftermarket spectre auto same thing NAPA and auto zone sell. But I got it for like 217$ free two day shipping from amazon. My oem had a huge dent in the bottom it literally looked like someone tried to jack the front of the truck up with a jack on the radiator . It closed off 3 or 4 rows at the bottom of the radiator and bend the shroud. I have no idea how the previous owner did that . I also canít believe it didnít leak . Iím still doing research on radiators . I was going to go with a cheaper all aluminum 4 row radiator but found out that more rows on a aluminum radiator donít not necessarily mean better cooling . A lot of the inported radiators use much smaller tubes typically 16mm and even is a good aluminum radiator only has two rows and can cool way better then the 4 row that only has 16mm tubes is the tubes are bigger . So it sounds like the mishimoto is the best alternative. Iíd love to find out what size tubes the factory uses . I know itís a two row .

https://www.dewitts.com/blogs/news/1...etter-than-two

https://www.google.com/amp/s/champio...-row-core/amp/


http://www.speedcooling.com/3_Row_Versus_2_Row.html





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