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Wow! Do fat rads have better performance? Man i wonder if H70 mod can handle this
You're joking right? H70's ****ty pump will probably malfunction if you use it in conjunction with this rad.
 
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post #72 of 125
way too freakin fat. I'll pass.
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It's German made, nuf said.
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the title made me think of liquid cooled fans.

either way, it's not at all comparable to TFC, in my opinion.... just cuz the car has 4 wheels and an engine, doesn't make them all the same or even comparable.
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your pump is not strong enough
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You're joking right? H70's ****ty pump will probably malfunction if you use it in conjunction with this rad.
The H70's pump is more powerful than you would think. It would easy push threw a normal 360 rad and most lightly this rad too.

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It's German made, nuf said.
What does that mean? The Germans can make very poor quality items too and often do. Look at the reliability of they're latest cars.
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What does that mean? The Germans can make very poor quality items too and often do. Look at the reliability of they're latest cars.
Proof? Are they made and manufactured in Germany? Please show something recent and not a decade ago.
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post #77 of 125
this is very interesting. makes me want to start testing parts again.
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post #78 of 125
Looks good to me, but will try the smaller version of this only after a test from martin or some of the others here. Also I dont think the SS+ Alu is going to harm anything....
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post #79 of 125
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Proof? Are they made and manufactured in Germany? Please show something recent and not a decade ago.
I've got no reason to provide proof of anything too you. But you can read here: What Car? Reliability Survey 2010.
Note AUDI 25th out of 32, BMW 23rd out of 32 and MERCEDES-BENZ 22nd out of 32. Those were the makes i was talking about.
post #80 of 125
LottersMettal is the original company that made that design. both thermalfins and tfc are using that design.
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