DeWitts 1149055A Radiator, 1-1/4 Inch, 1955-60 Corvette
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Needing a new radiator for your classic corvette? DeWitts introduces their new LSX Swap Radiators. This dual pass radiator is designed for improved cooling. Features an all aluminum TIG welded construction. Works for both street and race cars.
- For GM LS engine conversions
- USA made core w/ 2 rows of 1" wide tubes
- Press formed OE-style tanks
- Supports approximately 600-800 HP
- Features -20 AN ORB female inlet/outlet ports (hose fittings available separately)
- 1/8" NPT port for stem line
- 3/8" NPT port for temp sensor
- Automatic transmission cooler not included
- Billet aluminum radiator cap included
- Lifetime manufacturers warranty
- Fits 1955-60 Corvette
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