Garage Sale - AFCO 80108N Dragster/Roadster Double Pass Radiator w/ Fan and Shroud
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This is garage sale priced because it is new, old stock. It is being sold as is pictured. Please see photos above for further details.
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AFCOs Double Pass Dragster radiator is specifically designed for roadsters and dragsters. Designed to be compact and highly efficient, these radiators provide the needed cooling to keep you cool at the line without sacrificing performance due to excess weight and coolant.
Features a 16 fin per inch, NO epoxy core for maximum efficiency and service as well as high CFM/low AMP draw fan & shroud combo. This radiator comes complete with fan on/off switch, 4 mounting bosses and 3/4" FNPT (Female National Pipe Thread) inlet/outlet.
- Overall Height: 21"
- Tank Height: 21"
- Width: 17-5/16"
- Tank Thickness: 2-1/8"
- Filler Location: None
- Inlet Size & Location: 3/4" FNPT (L)
- Outlet Size & Location: 3/4" FNPT (R)
- Drain Cock Fitting: 1/4" NPT brass (included)
- Dry Weight: 12.2 lbs.
- Fan Amp Draw: 10 Amps
Learn more about how radiators work, the importance of using a fan and shroud, and selecting the proper radiator for your vehicle by reading our tech article. Radiator Cooling Performance.
1550 CFM 14" S-Blade Fan - 10 Amp
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