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post #1 of 54 (permalink) Old 01-13-2013, 01:07 AM Thread Starter
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Looking for larger radiator.

So its been a while since I have posted. I have been overseas for a little over a year, but Im heading home in a month. I have lots of work to do on the car. I do want to get a larger radiator, anyone know where I can find one?

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Long time, no see man. There's actually one available for us made by Griffin.
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post #3 of 54 (permalink) Old 01-13-2013, 10:39 AM Thread Starter
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Im talking about a rad for engine coolant not intercooler.

2006 Red Redline Comp Package: ZZP 2.4 Stroker LSJ, ZZP S2 Cams, Supertech Valve springs, port and polished head, TVS with 2.7, 80lb injectors, full return system with Walbro pump, Meth injection, ZZP header and dp, Vibrant Exhaust, K&N CAI, ZZP S3 HE, Dual Pass with my "Option-C" ZZP S4 Clutch with Fadanza FW, ZZP CMC, B&M Shifter, Eibach Springs



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I have not seen any options for a larger rad, usually people needing them eliminated the underbody spoiler resulting in high coolant temps, glad to see you back.
Ever get that trans back on after the arp issue?

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Im talking about a rad for engine coolant not intercooler.
I've never heard of cooling being an issue unless the aid dam is removed...
What do you need this for?


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Yeah, there's no need at all for a better rad in these cars. Poke one tiny hole in the T-stat and you can say goodbye to all your heat.



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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.

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Flush&fill, add water wetter.


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you can make the ve look like a pair of tits and it will NOT change the way the car runs
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Bacon is made from smoked pork belly. Any and all other "bacons" are charlatans and an insult to pigs everywhere.

It would be like putting a Redline badge on a Honda.
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post #9 of 54 (permalink) Old 01-13-2013, 11:03 PM Thread Starter
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yeah i will try the water wetter. All this started after I put in the new engine. Did a block test and head gasket is good. Im wondering if the extra bit of displacement is causing this. Still got a month here in Turkey, ready to get back and put in the new clutch.

2006 Red Redline Comp Package: ZZP 2.4 Stroker LSJ, ZZP S2 Cams, Supertech Valve springs, port and polished head, TVS with 2.7, 80lb injectors, full return system with Walbro pump, Meth injection, ZZP header and dp, Vibrant Exhaust, K&N CAI, ZZP S3 HE, Dual Pass with my "Option-C" ZZP S4 Clutch with Fadanza FW, ZZP CMC, B&M Shifter, Eibach Springs



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Word on the street is the fans are commanded off after that speed. Not sure what else to tell you, slow down periodically? Lol

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