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Post  cfgioja on Sat Jul 28, 2012 12:12 am

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radiator rear, not only do i have to lower damage but look at waht the fan did to the fins in the middle, I am glad I paid so much for this thing.

Need help on this one. looks like I hit something pretty good, still not sure what either a rock or a armadillo. Either way the radiator and supports are shot. I have clean up where the undersized factory supports are for the standard turbo radiator. This RH radiator has given me a slight headache do to the fact it sat lower then the cross-member to begin with. Already called and it is up to me to fix.

So I have options now, First I have to figure out if I can repair the damage to the radiator. I have a local speed shop saying they can and I trust the guy, so I will take it there first to let he see what he can do.

Second, If it can be fixed or even if it can not be fixed I need to figure out a good mounting solution. I thought about mounting at a slight angle but honestly that does not improve the height by much, already did the math. I thought about cutting the hood support section out and jsut raising the radiator a couple inches that way.

Either way I go I need to figure this out. Can you guys offer any ideas?

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Re: radiator help

Post  spence on Sat Jul 28, 2012 8:18 am

I raised up my radiator a couple inches; I had to remove the hood latch though. I used some universal rad mounts from summit racing and mounted them to the existing rad supports.

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Post  cfgioja on Mon Jul 30, 2012 7:11 pm

Took my radiator to the local speed shop. He says he can straighten out the frame but the fins will not cuase a problem since they are low in the radaitor, usually where the supports cover.

This is good news for me, I will soon be picking it back up and getting started on my radiator supports.

Speaking of that, what gauge steel would be good to use for the supports?

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