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    Gauging Interest- New Aluminum 3 core radiators

    Based on the number of inquiries in recent months we are considering another run of these radiators. These will have a few improvements over our previous run. We are also looking for customer input on what changes they would like to see. These radiators will be drop in replacements for all body types. There would be minimal fitment modifications just like the previous ones we offered.

    Please respond to this thread if you would be interested in one should we produce another batch.

    Thanks!!

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    Re: Gauging Interest- New Aluminum 3 core radiators

    All body types, except vans??
    Vans have the super narrow top/bottom tank arrangement. But being able to get a crossflow one in the van has been a goal.

    Maybe there would be enough interest in the van group to get our own fancy radiator??
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    Re: Gauging Interest- New Aluminum 3 core radiators

    a shelby charger rad would be nice - the longer length rad used in the log cars without an intercooler

    that in an aluminum 3 row I'd want as I'd have a bigger rad when using a front mount i-c or an air to water one if someone's project went that way

    the standard charger turbo rad can still be bumped over enough to get past it with ease

    still uses your existing tanks and header plates

    - it's just the top and bottom plates that would be the most challenge
    the longer tubes and fin strips aren't hard

    there's a lot of L body builds not using the stock i-c set up anymore a big rad for those cars might be a worthy market

    a full width daytona style rad might be a thought to or instead

    three options might be a wish come true as most anyone would have their application covered
    the rad you already do for the i-c set up
    the std charger turbo rad
    the std daytona rad in the same style as the two above re tanks etc for the same aftermarket i-c applications in a K based build

    me , I'd want the full width shelby charger rad if we're keeping count

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    Re: Gauging Interest- New Aluminum 3 core radiators

    I'd definitely be interested in one>

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    Re: Gauging Interest- New Aluminum 3 core radiators

    I am expressing interest.... what was/is the cost of one of these?

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    Re: Gauging Interest- New Aluminum 3 core radiators

    Maybe. I did not get involved with the last ones so I do not recall the average price ?
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    Re: Gauging Interest- New Aluminum 3 core radiators

    Target price is $350.
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    Re: Gauging Interest- New Aluminum 3 core radiators

    I'll do 1 maybe 2 if that price point can be maintained within reason.
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    Re: Gauging Interest- New Aluminum 3 core radiators

    I would take one.

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    Re: Gauging Interest- New Aluminum 3 core radiators

    Any updates on this Chris?

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    Re: Gauging Interest- New Aluminum 3 core radiators

    Quote Originally Posted by ilovethecane69 View Post
    Any updates on this Chris?
    We are still working through the logistics on this. We should have new information and dates by next month.

    Thanks for your interest!

    Chris-TU
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    Re: Gauging Interest- New Aluminum 3 core radiators

    I would like one

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    Re: Gauging Interest- New Aluminum 3 core radiators

    Definitely interested for an '86 GLHS, please count me in.

    David

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    Re: Gauging Interest- New Aluminum 3 core radiators

    I'm interested in 1 for sure, maybe 2.

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    Re: Gauging Interest- New Aluminum 3 core radiators

    I am interested in one for an L body

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    Re: Gauging Interest- New Aluminum 3 core radiators

    Any updates on this?

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    Re: Gauging Interest- New Aluminum 3 core radiators

    Due to a lack of R&D funds this year we are limited on which new products we will manufacture. Aluminum radiators has been tabled for the moment as we have prioritized budget LSDs.

    We understand free refrigerator magnets can be very appealing when choosing your vendor for generic parts. Keep in mind though, no amount of magnets will ever make up for those unobtainable parts that will sideline your vehicle forever.
    We carry generic parts and our pricing is competitive. If you find a lower price give us a call. We will match those vendors when able.

    TIII Rockers/Lifters, Reproduction Wiring Harnesses, obsolete internal transmission parts, Aluminum Radiators are all on the chalk board. We want to support everyone so they can enjoy their vehicles well into the future.

    Help us Help you. Buy from the vendors that support this community.

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    Re: Gauging Interest- New Aluminum 3 core radiators

    Obsolete transmission parts.... this is important!!!!!

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    Re: Gauging Interest- New Aluminum 3 core radiators

    The aluminum rads that Chris was selling a few years back were top notch quality.

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    Re: Gauging Interest- New Aluminum 3 core radiators

    I have one of the old TU rads, and although it hasn't been installed yet it looks fantastic. I just happen to have a friend that doesn't use the forums that is interested in one as well. I appreciate your commitment to R&D work for this community, and only appreciate it more when even aftermarket parts are getting obsoleted! I'm passively on the hunt for parts I'd like to have extras of just because of this.
    Thanks Chris!

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