Radiator 4-Row Aluminum Polished 5.0L Conversion 1965-1966

CJ's Part Number: RADA25
MSRP: $377.99

Regular Price: $349.99

Special Price: $297.49

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Connect your new radiator to your late model 5.0L engine with Scott Drake's direct fit hoses.

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Radiator 4-Row Aluminum Polished 5.0L Conversion 1965-1966
Radiator 4-Row Aluminum Polished 5.0L Conversion 1965-1966 Radiator 4-Row Aluminum Polished 5.0L Conversion 1965-1966

Product Description

Polished Aluminum 4-Row Radiator for 1965-1966 Mustangs Converting to a 5.0L Engine.

This top-quality aftermarket radiator is a great, lightweight upgrade for your 5.0L conversion Mustang. Aluminum radiators offer better cooling than even a larger copper core radiator. This aluminum radiator will help keep your Mustang cool, even during the hottest of days.

100% tig welded, this radiator features an all-aluminum design, including the tanks and mounting brackets. Includes 12-month manufacturer's warranty.

-Transmission cooler
-Billet fill neck
-High performance 16lb cap
-Aluminum tanks & mounting brackets

-Upgraded drain plug with magnetic tip to replace the petcock
-2mm thick fittings & tank
-3/8" spaced tubes
-14-16 fins/inch

-Overall = 21-1/2" x 19-5/8" x 2-3/4"
-Core = 16-3/4" x 16-3/4"
-Inlet = 1-1/2" (passenger side)
-Outlet = 1-3/4" (driver side)

*Inlet and outlet do NOT fit I6 radiator hoses.
*May require a shorter fan spacer.

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Scott Drake aluminum radiator description says: "has a baffle at the top to help evenly distribute the flow of hot water across the upper part of the radiator". Does this radiator have something similar? I wish S.D. made a 3- or 4-row to maximize cooling.

Asked by: Scotta
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