The Champion Cooling CC337 Radiator is a high-quality, all-aluminum 3-row replacement radiator. Made at an ISO-certified facility, it uses the highest grade aluminum and features 100-percent welded seams and brazed core technology, with no epoxy. This battery fits seamlessly using your original mounts and fan shroud, and comes with a lifetime limited warranty, making it a reliable choice for superior cooling performance.
Is an all aluminum radiator better?
- Yes, the Champion Cooling CC337, an all-aluminum radiator, offers superior heat dissipation and durability, making it an excellent choice for the 1967-1969 Chevy Camaro and Pontiac Firebird.
What is the best coolant for a Champion radiator?
- The Champion Cooling CC337 performs optimally with a high-quality coolant. Consult the radiator's manual for specific coolant recommendations to maintain peak efficiency.
Why upgrade to an aluminum radiator?
- Upgrading to the Champion Cooling CC337 aluminum radiator enhances cooling efficiency, reduces weight, and improves overall performance for your 1969 Camaro or 1969 Firebird.
What is the disadvantage of an aluminum radiator?
- While aluminum radiators offer numerous advantages, they can be susceptible to corrosion in certain conditions. Regular maintenance and using a compatible coolant help mitigate this potential disadvantage.
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