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ok i'll get one of those triple rads which i've given the links in the first post. There is a huge price difference between them? Does it worth to get the expensive one ?

And busa if i buy the parts separately, it will cost me less...

thank you...
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I used to have a knee jerk negative reaction to anything "kit" but that kit ha every good part you will need--highly recommend it! But if you want to get it part by part that'll work just as well--if you want a good-looking rad that performs well the Black Ice Le are sweet ( Cooltechnica.com ) but if it's best bang for buck I guess the '77 bonneville heatercore is the deal ($22 at Autozone) but you will need to slightly mod it for the 1/2" tubing...
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ok i'll get one of those triple rads which i've given the links in the first post. There is a huge price difference between them? Does it worth to get the expensive one ?

And busa if i buy the parts separately, it will cost me less...

thank you...

The dualpass cores are much more effecient and cost much more...
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ok i'll get one of those triple rads which i've given the links in the first post. There is a huge price difference between them? Does it worth to get the expensive one ?

And busa if i buy the parts separately, it will cost me less...

thank you...
Well it was posted before I knew you had the fans and res...
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The dualpass cores are much more effecient and cost much more...
so does it worth to pay $40 more ?
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Yes--it's a better design--the warm water is looped through the air flow longer which gives the rad more of a chance to take heat out of the loop. But the rad is still compact--just thicker. Since all your components are top end the Rad should be too. Sweet set up--post pics when you get the stuff together! Build logs really help the next person figure it out.

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post #17 of 20
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yea i have a work log in case mod topic, i'll put everything in there...

I found another triple. its price is between the other two. It says 2 rows but doesnt say anything about dual pass. Can u pls check it ? And btw whats the difference between single pass and dual pass ? Thank you...

http://www.frozencpu.com/ex-rad-75.html
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post #18 of 20
That's the one. It's the same as what I just called dual pass--it's just about how they rad is constructed--the flat tubes increase the surface area of the water being cooled. Single pass means the loop winds through the rad in a simple s--dual pass means the water is cycled around the fins twice by the way it is constructed--up to a point smaller flatter plumbing in the rad is more effecient--more restrictive too in general.

The one in the link would do well-- and is a decent price.

I used and automotive universal transmission cooler from NAPA--and it works dynamite with the Storm and and the same pump you chose--40% OC on my 3.0 to 4205 24/7 Folding its about 20C over ambient with only one 120mm fan churning about 60 CFM.

Hope that helps--and that Tranny Cooler is singlepass.
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the thicker rads work best w/ higher powered fans. So you'll want to keep that in mind. if you want quiet you're best w/ a BIP III or like a swiftech rad, where the BIX's work better w/ higher cfm (and higher db) fans.
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post #20 of 20
Get a '77 Bonnie heater core. Surpasses all other out there for a fraction of the cost. There's no sense in paying over $50 for a radiator, that's just foolish. You can get one from DangerDen with a shroud for around $50. Pick up a couple of Mascool fans off NewEgg and you got yourself a real nice cooler that is whisper quiet. Also DangerDen puts the barbs on for you so you don't have to worry about that.
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