EMi Henchcraft® Mini Sprint Chassis Radiator w/Fan
Micro Sprint, Mini Sprint, Triple Pass Radiator Style, Downflow Radiator Flow Direction
New from Henchcraft® Chassis, these down flow radiators are designed for use on mini Sprint 1000cc chassis. They come with electric fan included.
- Down flow design
- Includes fan
- For use on Henchcraft® mini Sprint chassis
- Material Type: Aluminum
- Overall Height: 18"
- Overall Width: 18"
- Tube Style: Downflow
- Sold in Quantity: Each
- Overall Thickness (Includes fan and shroud): 5-3/4"
- Row Quantity: Dual 1"
- Finish: Natural
- Inlet Location: Upper Right
- Inlet Size: 1.00"
- Outlet Location: Lower Left
- Outlet Size: 1.00"
- Core Height: 15"
- Core Width: 15"
- Core Thickness: 2.50"
- Filler Neck Height: .75
- Shroud: No
- Radiator Style: Triple Pass
- Cooling Fan: Single
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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