Chevy/GM-Style Aluminum Radiators
Offered in Two Configurations for a Wide Range of Applications
Chevy/GM-style performance aluminum radiators are a top left (driver) and bottom right (passenger) configuration, and Ford/Chrysler-style performance aluminum radiators are a top right (passenger) and bottom left (driver) configuration.
- Lightweight All-Aluminum Construction for improved performance & Cooling
- Constructed with Two Rows of 1 In. Noculoc-Brazed Tubes with Maximized Fin Counts For Peak Efficiency
- Crossflow Tube Design Maximizes Cooling Capacity
- Mechanically Formed Aluminum Tanks, that are Fully TIG Welded, Provide Precise Fitment to Ensure Leak-Free Operation
- Billet Radiator Filler Necks Accept Standard 1 5/8 in. Inner Cap Diameter
- Aluminum Fan Shrouds Also Available – Sold Separately
For the finishing touch, choose from JEGS Radiator Accessories (sold separately).
- Polished Radiator Cap without Logo 555-51162
- Polished Radiator Cap with JEGS Logo 555-51160
- Clear Anodized Radiator Cap with JEGS Logo 555-51161
- Polished Teardrop Radiator Cap with Crown Logo 555-51164
- Aluminum Radiator Core Covers Click Here
- Drain Petcock 555-51143
- Anti-Corrosion Plug 555-51994
Will this radiator handle a slightly built small block chevy?
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