Afco 80259N 2010-Up Camaro Aluminum Radiator, Satin Finish
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These Afco direct fit high performance radiators are engineered and manufactured in-house to ensure that the finished product: maximizes cooling, streamlines installation, and ensures years of satisfaction. You will not find a better radiator for your 2010 or newer Camaro on the market.
- Mounts in the factory location
- Accepts factory fan shroud
- Condenser mounts on the radiator
- In-tank transmission cooler standard for automatic and manual cars
- Two row 1" tube core
- Overall Height: 19.56"
- Overall Width: 30.84"
- Installation time less than 1 hour
- Beautiful satin finish
- Detailed instructions included
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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