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Discussion Starter · #3 ·
And here's my progress in 10 minutes of trying.

Very very simple. pretty straight forward.

Take the old one out, slip new rubber onto the new radiator.

Sit in place, tighten the crap out of the worm gear clamps.

Flip over the radiator stay.

Drill and tap new hole (yet to be done)

Fill with coolant.

Check fan.

Free'd up some rooom for the upcoming turbo.


Drive.
 

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Very nice progress, and good shet on what your buddy did. Looks like he did a good job.

You'll be relieved with all the space you have now once the turbo kit comes and you'll have that extra space for your manifold.
 

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HELP!!! I cannot find a cap that fits. The OE one is barely too small, a Ford style is two times as big!
I am using a Proliance Pro-formance Aluminum radiator, part # 439505.

I need this car running by tomorrow.
 
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