unless you plan on hot-rodding the car significantly----- noneWhat kind of changes to our cars benefit from an upgraded radiator? From what I have read here the cooling systems design for these cars is well designed. Is it for down south climates, or more when getting into forced induction?
Just sift through these results to find a seller that's close to you and has the best feedback.Link to this KKS 3-core readiator? I'm curious about it.
The radiator drops right in and fits snug and proper, the only thing that needs adjusting is the way you mount the fan shroud to it... the stock radiator had quite a large offset due to one tank being full-size but the other being single-row, so the fan shroud is shaped for that offset. The KKS unit is flat across, so you just have to knock one little aluminum tab off I believe the bottom passenger side, and a couple spacers for the driver side bolts that hold the fan shroud on.I would get something that is a direct fit. Custom fitting something is unnecessary. I have done my share of custom fitting.
Yup.If your wanna go big power your gonna need 3 core.
Read ya later, Nick
Yeah, I just had it in my head for whatever reason that with this being what it was, that it wouldn't have it.
In any case, a couple pics, as requested. I'll get it installed... eventually. Maybe early next week.
Bit the bullet and installed mine this evening. It's relatively cool here now so I won't really know what kind of difference it makes in temps out in the heat... but it truly "just bolted in". It was a little tricky getting the fan on but it still only took 10 minutes. Closest was clearance between the A/C suction line and the pass. mounting tab. Here are a few pics...