Manual Transmission Applications
|Inlet Location & Size:||Driver Side / 1-1/2''|
|Outlet Location & Size:||Passenger Side / 1-3/4''|
|Radiator Core Height:||18''|
|Radiator Core Width:||22''|
|Radiator Core Thickness:||2''|
Aluminum Radiators Perfect for Performance Cars
Original equipment radiators are designed to cool stock applications so why risk overheating a hot rod or muscle car? Be Cool builds radiators in the same down or cross flow configuration as OE to avoid installation issues yet incorporates upgrades to increase cooling capacity. Downflow radiator tanks are on the top and bottom of the core; crossflow radiator tanks are on the sides. Both cool equally as long as the core surface is the same in square inches. Plus, epoxy-free assembly improves heat dissipation. Be Cool guarantees coolant temperature will drop at least 20° or your money back!
- Aluminum Construction with Natural or Polished Finish
- 40% Lighter than Conventional OE Radiators but More Cooling Power
- Dual 1" Tube Core
- Single-Pass Design
- 100% Pressure Tested
- Form-Folded Straight Tank
- Compatible with All Coolants
- Direct Replacement Mounting
- OE Inlet/Outlet Size and Location
- Billet Filler Neck with High-Capacity Overflow Tube
- Automatic Transmission Radiators Have Heavy-Duty Cooler
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