AFCO 80109FN 1979-93 Mustang Racing Radiator - Big & Small Block Ford
79-93 Ford Mustang, Single Pass Radiator Style, Crossflow Radiator Flow Direction, Aluminum
These radiators are designed to fit Fox Body Mustangs (1979-1993) with little to no fabrication required. This radiator is recommended for street or strip applications.
- Perfect choice for your engine swap project
- Exceeds factory design by 40%
- Stock hose inlet and outlets
- Overall Height: 18.5"
- Overall Width: 28.5"
- Core Width: 24.5"
Learn more about how radiators work and selecting the proper radiator for your vehicle by reading our tech article. Radiator Cooling Performance.
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