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OK all after carefully consideration with the currant radiator i was going to use. I don't think its going to cut it for what i want to do. ((CLOCK HIGHER))
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I was looking at This in blue

Do you guys have any thoughts or suggestions or nightmares about this radiator?
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post #2 of 4
get a heatercore.. they perform alot better
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post #3 of 4
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Well i kinda want to keep it clean and neat like this guys.
Are there any out there that are colored anodize blue that you could provide a link for me on?
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post #4 of 4
If you really want to clock higher get a heatercore. When I make my fan shroud out if sheet metal, I'm going to extend it down the side and paint the side.

There are plenty of things you can do to hide it. I can't even see the rad in that photo you posted.....*edit* nm I see it. Just install it in the front or up top. Even with a window chances say you can't see it.
    
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