[TR] Aluminum radiators

WBEECH wbeech at flash.net
Wed Oct 23 20:21:59 MDT 2013

Option 5) install and electric fan to boost up one of your current radiators.


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> On Oct 23, 2013, at 7:58 PM, David Ljung Madison <team.net at Daveola.com>
> My TR3A is finally coming back together.  I have it at Greg Solow's
> Engine Room in Santa Cruz (I believe he did TeriAnn's Triumph).
> They are saying that the radiator doesn't have lots of flow and
> are recommending switching to an aluminum radiator.  Somewhere
> in storage I have a stock radiator in good shape that has the crank
> hole (my current one doesn't).  I checked on ebay and the
> prices of aluminum radiators vary massively - from $250 to $700.
> Greg can get one that is good quality for ~$700.
> So my options:
> 1) Use the current radiator, and don't go on the race track
> 2) Use the storage radiator so I have the starter crank hole again,
>   which is amusing and can come in handy.
> 3) Buy the $250 aluminum on ebay
> 4) Buy the $700 aluminum via Greg
> I know that if I use the radiator with the starter hole that
> I lose something like 5% of my cooling, though the radiator
> is probably cleaner than the original, so it's probably about
> the same.
> Does anyone kynow how to tell the difference between the
> radiators on ebay?  Anyone buy one of these $250 aluminum radiators?
> And any thoughts on the difference between aluminum and stock?
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