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Description: 2" core, with 2 rows of aluminum tubing.
MK3 style end tanks. Two upper tangs to mount to factory location.

Possible extra features: Mounting holes for flex-a-lite dual fan,
and / or duplication of hole positions like the factory. Transmission
cooler threaded plugs.

Possible options: anodized black or clear.

Fitment: The upper tank inlet is offset about 1-2" from factory.
It will require a modified upper hose for a 5/6M. The factory
mounts *may* require some minor modification.

Minimum quantity: 20

Price: $250-300 (currently in negotiation)

Final details in next post.
 

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I would like to be in depending on time frame and havent voted due to not knowing.

The question I have is this radiator ideal for a 7mgte swap? Would it provide enough cooling capacity?
 

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You can bet your asteroid I'm still in for this.

Money talks, I should know, mine always says, "goodbye."
Scott
 

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jdk_ii said:
Timeframe is probably late September.

Yes, this radiator is intended for 7MGTE swaps.
I don't plan on a 7MGTE swap, but rather looking at the better radiator as a great improvement to any MkII. Can't think of may 'performance' mods that extend the Longevity of an engine; especially an engine known to need head bolt tightening and metal head gaskets...

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I want 1. Is the inlet closer to the battery or the center? Battery side would be better for those with the scooped C/F hood. Thanks Later
 
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