AFCO 80184NDP-U Dirt Modified Lightweight Double Pass Radiator
Modified, Sport Mod, Double Pass Radiator Style, Crossflow Radiator Flow Direction, Aluminum
- It features an increased number of tubes and fins in the same height package
- The optimum fin per inch ratio promotes maximum cooling
- Comes with a standard water pressure bung for easy plumbing
- Has a -20 AN Female right hand inlet, 1-3/4” right hand outlet
- Measures 20” on overall height and the tank is only 2" in depth
AFCO Racing is proud to announce the new series of 19” x 25-7/8” lightweight double pass radiators. This is the easiest and most cost effective way to shave as much as 10 pounds off the front of your dirt Modified, allowing you to concentrate ballast and improve handling. The radiator features a new 1.5” thick core for improved air-flow. These race proven lightweight radiators fit like a standard radiator and installation is simple with no major modifications needed for mounting. All AFCO Radiators are 100% TIG-welded with no epoxy used and are 100% pressure tested.
- Features an increased number of tubes and fins in the same height package
- Optimum fin per inch ratio promotes maximum cooling
- Standard water pressure bung for easy plumbing
- -20 AN Female right hand inlet, 1-3/4” right hand outlet
- 20” overall height
- 18-3/4” tank height
- 25-7/8” tank width
- 22-3/8” core width
- 2” tank thickness
- 1/2" NPT water pressure bung in left tank
- 13 lbs. dry weight
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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