[Es2] S2 3B engine pix

Peter Schulz pcschulz at comcast.net
Mon Mar 15 09:49:21 EST 2004


Thanks for the compliment....it was ALOT of work to get it put together

More pictures here:

Its a double core, all aluminum radiator that both Chris Miller and I 
sourced from Javad Shadzi  for about $400- its made by Ron Davis Racing.

What it is not is a drop in solution...
The radiator comes without any mounting flanges - which means you need to 
fabricate them.
Chris and I took too different approaches - on his, we alumawelded and 
epoxied side an lower mounts in the stock location, and used captive nuts 
for the shrouds.

I took an approach similar to Javad's - I had 4 "C" clips made from SS - 
one for the passenger mount, one to support the upper condensor mount near 
the engine, and two modified lower ones that mimic the clips on the stock 
radiator that hold the lower part of the condensor,  The lower part of the 
radiator is held by two Ford Bronco radiator mounts on a piece of box 
section aluminum, and the modified CQ radiator shroud is held in place by 
10mm bolts and the stock radiator captive nuts - (I carefully drilled holes 
into the radiator side supports for the nuts.  Even then I had to take a 
heat gun to the shroud to get it to fit around the radiator outlet and sender.

If I looked at the time it spent, the help that I needed, I probably did 
not save much over the cost of the approximate $800 USD that the Dialynx 
UrQ radiator costs...
the dialynx is a drop-in - Jimmy Pribble is running one.
Mike Sylvester is also putting one into his UrQ 

But then I'm also the only one that I know of who is trying to maintain the 


At 07:02 AM 3/15/2004, you wrote:
>Nice looking radiator. Contact info? Price?
>Mark S.
>'90 RSCoupe (project)

Peter Schulz
1990 CQ (perpetually awaiting S2 3b engine transplant)
1991 200 20v TQW indigo mica
1991 200 20v TQW titanium grey
Chelmsford, MA USA
peter at audifans.com  

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