Current radiator options
paulnet at direcway.com
Sat Oct 19 12:02:25 EDT 2002
I got an all metal csf radiator and had the radiator shop add the 2 x 1"
nipples for the aux radiator. Works like a charm and only cost me $50 to
have him do that.
91' 2CTQW PRL '86 5kTQ PRL 91' 2CTQ Maroon All cars chipped
----- Original Message -----
From: "Kneale Brownson" <knotnook at traverse.com>
To: "Rob Winchell" <rbwinchell at yahoo.com>; <200q20v at audifans.com>
Sent: Saturday, October 19, 2002 8:01 AM
Subject: Re: Current radiator options
> Since suppliers apparently remain non-forthcoming regarding importing the
> Nissens all-metal radiator designed specifically to fit the 200q20v, the
> reasonable options remain the OEM model with plastic tanks and endcaps and
> aluminum core, or the Modine of similar make-up. The latter MAY be a bit
> cheaper???? Not sure it comes with the appropriate fittings for the
> auxiliary radiator hoses. Radiator.com has an "oem-equivalent" for $157
> No BTDT for me yet.
> At 04:45 AM 10/19/2002 -0700, Rob Winchell wrote:
> >What are the current choices for a radiator, until the
> >Nissens get imported:
> >1) Stock (obviously)
> >2) Modine all-plastic (where can you get these?)
> >3) Custom from radiator shop
> >4) Something else?
> >Rob Winchell
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