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post #11 of 54 (permalink) Old 01-14-2013, 01:38 AM
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Mishimoto is planning on releasing a radiator

Chevrolet Cobalt SS Performance Aluminum Radiator, 2005-2010, by Mishimoto

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post #12 of 54 (permalink) Old 01-14-2013, 08:23 AM
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How much of an issue?


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In the summer, when Im going faster than 75, heat is becoming an issue. I have replaced the thermostat and not change. Maybe I will just remove the thermostat all together.
I would replace the water pump
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Awesome, Im gonna order one. Thanks man.

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In the summer, when Im going faster than 75, heat is becoming an issue. I have replaced the thermostat and not change. Maybe I will just remove the thermostat all together.
As mentioned the fans are disabled in the tune based off of MPH.

A simple but not perfect solution would be to change your tire size in HPTs to make your car think you are going slower then you actually are.

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That looks like a good option but I would careful. You already have a griffin right? The griffin is designed to take up an extra space between the rad and HE while being spaced out toward the front of the car.

I would be willing to bet this aftermarket radiator is designed to take up that same space. So I would ask a few questions before ordering.

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I do not have the griffin

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you shouldn't need the fans running while driving down the road
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You shouldn't need them but people in the hot ass climates do. His question has been asked many a time by people down there who drive fast on the freeway. I would guess the aerodynamics of the front fascia push the air meant for the spoiler actually underneath it, or disturb it enough allowing it to not be picked up

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