Well with all these headgaskets blowing I hardly consider it unnecessary weight. Also engines run better when kept cooler.paulo57509 said:Unless you really need more cooling capacity, which IMO you have other problems if you do, all a larger radiator will do is add unnecessary weight to the car.
Hmmm i might look into this.Just select one of the units from jcwhitney or summit that suits your needs. Unlike camshafts, radiators are easily adapted to a variety of engines.
what noch is 195, and 205??? mine is always one noch below th halfway mark what temp is that?95Legend6Spd said:I've got an all-aluminum 3 row... had teh bodyshop install it for me, along with my new bumper... but I've had this 3-row for a while, just sitting in the packaging... the car runs a little cooler now, but when it's really hot hot HOT outside, and humid, the temp doesn't go above 195... It used to go to 205...
Say your cooling system is functioning as it should and is able to keep the engine operating (without a thermostat) at 100 degrees F. Putting in a colder thermostat (160 vs. 195) will allow the engine to heat the coolant up to that temperature.CODY690 said:just get a colder thermostat