What LS Swap Radiator to use?

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  1. SPG

    SPG Bumblebee Builder

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    think that c&r has the capable cooling capacity for use on a super charger? or should that get a dedicated rad
     
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    While you're probably right, my car is a street car I am trying to have fun with. I don't need an oil cooler or a power steering cooler. I am going to try the jegs, and in the future I will go to an electric fan. Any of these will be an upgrade over my current 4 core carquest brass radiator(and more expensive to begin with).
     
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    I understand, my car is a street car too, I just track it too. I will be selling my DeWitt soon
     
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    Is the dewitt a dual pass(with the inlet and outlet on the same side)? I may be interested if shipping doesn't kill me(I am in CA)

    If it is the one in the pictures I am definitely interested!
     
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    The last time I checked, the Dewitt LSX radiator was the only dual-pass unit that had the trans cooler on the passenger side. The stock lines should presumably fit up. Maybe there are other choices by now. When the time comes, I'm gonna get one. Also, they will sell you one without the the fans and shroud.
     
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    No need for cooler lines in the radiator here
     

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