Join Date: Feb 2006
Location: Atlanta, Georgia
"If you haven't done anything to increase the HP, just wait. The new rad will save you some money. It will still cool better than stock, but the part will be less and since you are having someone else do the work you will be paying less for labor on the new version. Our plan is to offer 2 units. The current one will be for the hard core racer guys, the new one will be for the dealerships and the more stock applications."
I gave them feedback that their radiator was somewhat thicker than stock and did require slight modification to fit. Maybe this is the response?
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