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  1. #1
    Member EluSiOn's Avatar
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    Where I can buy a Caprice Heater Core

    Where I can buy a Caprice Heater Core with 1/2" brass fitting on them?

    like this one


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    Member DarkSide8416's Avatar
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    napa and autozone have them but you need to put your own barbs on them.

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    Member EluSiOn's Avatar
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    is there any guide of how to put my own bard on them?

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    That is a nice heatercore...how much does a place like Napa typically charge for something like that?
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    Around 20$~ + shipping.
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    Member ManOfKnight's Avatar
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    That is a really nice setup...I might have to look into watercooling as the prices slowly drop

    I thought the Chevette heatercore was the one of choice
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    It is unless you have room for a larger heater core, bigger is better

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    JPI Performance...linked with pics...

    What you see in that pic looks like these. The guy who makes these isn't making them anymore. I wanted one including one of his shrouds when setting up my water cooled rig. For the H20 "Old School" he has a reputation for delivering some top notch gear. It's just too bad that you can't get one from him anymore.

    While you are there take a look at the galery section. Nice pics!

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