And ask Arie how long it can take to get a good alloy radiator Modern construction techniques allow greater tube density which is how the extra efficiency is gained in specialist ally race rads. Just wanted to know if it'd be possible! Herald, Vitesse and GT6 You could also try a branch of Serck Marston: I only seen one break so far, and it was re tig welded easily There not a hayens manual fit per say
I agree with Onno, I fitted a recon rad, new high capacity water pump and cleaned all the waterways and my cc engine runs fine at degrees F. MG Midget to MG c Austin Healey Sprite to AH c The pump could be weak, I could check that out, but the fan belt is good and tight, and there are no obstructions in the way of the airflow.
If you have any questions about fitment, give us a call or email. I am sorry about these asides. Adding an oil cooler is going to help get rid of excess engine heat and is bound to help. Or, it may confirm that you have a good reason for it.
Another grammes would be a welcome find at the right price! In a pinch, it may be possible to use an aftermarket "generic" tank assembly available in a parts house, but be careful to get the "pressurized" type and get the smallest you can. Boys will be boys Daniel Stapleton My stays nice and cool with a normal vertical flow rad. I guess I'll have to see. I only seen one break so far, and it was re tig welded easily There not a hayens manual fit per say