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Old 09-10-2007, 08:22 AM   #21
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Replace the rad core with a thicker one.
Unfortunately the crack is usually on the plastic end cap, making a complete replacement necessary.

Radiatorexpress.com may have better prices for you.

By pulling the WSS, Todd is looking for any torque induced KR. TM manifests as KR to reduce timing.
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By pulling the WSS, Todd is looking for any torque induced KR. TM manifests as KR to reduce timing.
Torque induced KR is detected by measuring wheelspin isn't it?
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Mr. Boost -
My crack is in a weird spot. right in the middle on the metal, it is a bit torn there but not leaking yet.

Regardless the radiator has 118k on it and probably with that dexcool sand in there is needs to be replaced.

Radiatorexpress.com does not carry any radiators for my car.


Paul -
As far as an aftermarket radiator is concerned, I think my IC needs to go between the radiator and the evaporator....but that is down the road still.
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Hans, if you really want to go fast to have to take the heat and ditch the evap and A/C.
It never gets that hot in Idaho does it. :P
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