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    Black sve radiator

    Almost new condition. Next to no miles on it. Been chasing down the reason my car is running hot and replaced this with a fluidyne to confirm it was not the radiator which it turns out was not the issue. $100 cash takes it
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    What was the issue??

    $100, damn, I wish I had my next project. LoL!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Maximus View Post
    What was the issue??

    $100, damn, I wish I had my next project. LoL!
    Not enough airflow. Removing ac condenser and hoping that does the trick

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    Are you relocating the condenser, like maybe moving it forward and or leaning it away from the rad?
    http://stangbang.tripod.com/ Where all this began!
    http://stangbang.tripod.com/twisted/ Vinny
    1984 Mustang build @craig_btr on Instagram

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maximus View Post
    Are you relocating the condenser, like maybe moving it forward and or leaning it away from the rad?
    No I'm just removing it all

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