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 Post subject: Aluminum Radiator
Posted: Mon Apr 27, 2009 11:20 am 
Parts Gopher

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OK i need a new Radiator for my EF Falcon.
Now i can get the normal radiator for about $250 for Autobarn/Repco.
But i find this Aluminum Radiator on ebay for $350.|65%3A1|39%3A1|240%3A1318

My question has anyone used this radiator before and
1. Does it fit well?, Because i don't want to have to mod it.
2. Is the quilty good?
3. should i buy it over the plastic one?

I have been told the PWR one sells for around $800 and i am sure it will fit and be of good quilty but i don't want to spend that much nore do i need it performance wise. I just dont want the plastice side tank to brake again.

 Post subject: Re: Aluminum Radiator
Posted: Mon Apr 27, 2009 5:17 pm 
Getting Side Ways
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consider what you are using the car for, and what kind of driving you do, and what ambient tempratures you drive in during summer. I think that for normal driving, not towing ect than a normal radiator is fine but you need more control of your cooling fans, Ie: manual overide to keep temp gauge in the clear,

on the other hand if you are towing racing or ambient temps high, would be a good investment.

I just picked up a new radiator of ebay for $230 deliverd natra brand OEM specification, but i also have control of may fan operation and can force higher speed on by pressing a button, temp gauge dosent rise past 'A' in Normal on the gauge



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 Post subject: Re: Aluminum Radiator
Posted: Mon Apr 27, 2009 5:34 pm 
Getting Side Ways

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I bought one, possibly from the same seller I can't remember, about 3 years ago: Fitted perfectly and absolutely no problems, even after a massive overheat due to total water loss (my fault)
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