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NightFire

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I found a radiator at a local auto part store. It is made by Advance Design. I was wondering if anyone has some feedback on it, or somthing similar. It is made of alluminum, but it dosn't have typical fins. The fins are actually elongated diamonds, the water runs through them. It has much more contact area than a radiator with fins attached to copper tubing. It looks like a normal radiator. Has anyone tried any radiator like this before?

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NightFire

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I haven't bought it yet, it comes in several different sizes. Most are 11"x??"x3/4". They go up to 1-1/2" thick. I think I may have found the same ones online at J.C. Whitney. I would leave the URL, but I'm not sure if I'm allowed to.
 

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NightFire (May 18, 2001 07:07 p.m.):
I haven't bought it yet, it comes in several different sizes. Most are 11"x??"x3/4". They go up to 1-1/2" thick. I think I may have found the same ones online at J.C. Whitney. I would leave the URL, but I'm not sure if I'm allowed to.


You can maybe put a link to a picture of it, or put an attachment of that picture...

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