AFCO 80127N IMCA Style Chassis Standard Universal Radiator-24 In Chevy
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Of all the components in the cooling system, the performance of the radiator is the most critical. Afco understands the vital role the radiator plays in protecting the investment you have in your car. That is why they make no excuses or compromises in constructing the best aftermarket radiators in the industry. Dont trust your pride and joy to anything less than Afco quality.
Afco radiators allow your car to remain at constant temperature, which means that power delivery is more consistent. Using years of experience, advanced design, and thorough testing, Afco radiators are designed to promote optimal air flow and cooling by utilizing appropriate fin count, tube size, core thickness, and fin serration for each particular application.
- Tank Height:18-1/2 "
- Tank Thickness: 3"
- Inlet Size:1-1/2 "
- Outlet Size:1-3/4 "
- 100% Aluminum construction (no epoxy)
- 100% TIG welded
- 100% pressure-tested
- Cast filler necks feature screw-in-bleed, wont crack or leak with age
Learn more about how radiators work and selecting the proper radiator for your vehicle by reading our tech article. Radiator Cooling Performance.
Item DetailsFiller Loc: R
Outlet Angle Up/In: 30°UP
Dry Weight: 14.1 LBS
For IMCA Style Chassis
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