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post #1 of (permalink) Old 08-10-2002, 05:52 AM Thread Starter
 
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The radiator in the sami leaks a little. It has been repaired several times. It doesnt over heat or anything though.

I was thinking about putting in a bigger, aluminum radiator. Anyone done this? Do you have a part number?

A stock replacement from www.radiators.com is $114. Seems a little steep for such a small radiator.

What about measurements. If you have those handy, it would be nice, otherwise I can wait til later and measure it myself.
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Try this , pour a can of black pepper in rad. and drive it a while till it warms up. Worked for me.
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is yopur radiator a plastic top or metal???? you can do an exchange to some vendors for a 3 core rad. if you have the metal top ..... btw that price wasnt bad i paid 139.00 at auto zone for mine
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Find a "modine aftermarket holdings" and see if they will sell you one. They usually only sell to commercial accounts, but they have taken cash from me a couple of times. Ive paid $85.00 for the last two replacement radiators I have bought for various samurai's.
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Re: radiator questions...

lightning conversions make an aluminum radiator for thier sbc conversions. i'm sure they are a little pricey but you would never overheat.
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