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    Time for an aluminum radiator!

    i need some help, im looking for a nice fitting aluminum radiator i have a 94 camaro with an ls1 in it. im currently running a lt1 radiator and it now cracked down the side of it. i have all new hoses for the ls1 cooling setup, so i can run either the lt1 radiator or the ls1 radiator. any websites and any experience with installing a nice shiny aluminum piece?

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    BeCool makes a drop in unit. summit carries them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thearborbarber View Post
    BeCool makes a drop in unit. summit carries them.
    i put a BE-COOL 4 core 1 ton truck radiator in my 92 vert and not only is it a realy light piece ,you can see the exellent welds. my temps never got past 185 with that radiator in. You have to do some slight mods to shoehorn it in though.

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    + on the shoehorn/tight fit but quality is top noch

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    I searched everywhere when I got mine. BeCool, LG motorsprts, SLP, Ron Davis and some others. I went with Howe Racing Enterprises. It was at least $100 cheaper than the next closest one. I knew they were nice cause I had one in My 2nd gen years ago. Check them out. And to let you know they are all advertised as drop in but will require minor cutting on your airbox to clear because they are thicker.....

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