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Old 05-15-2018, 02:00 PM
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Radiator for 305 to 350 swap

Has anyone tried this Entropy radiator that costs about 780? Curious if its worth at all on my 91 z28 i am planning to swap a 350 into (that Dyno Don rebuilt from another car,thanks Don) the car. Or is there any other better quality radiator for my daily driver that i want to keep close to stock but upgrade its aging parts with better stuff.
I've ready abour the Champion 2 and 3 core but mixed reviews. Ran into the Entropy cooling Radiator brand, wondering if the price is justified ? Any other suggestions would be great as well.
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Old 05-15-2018, 03:43 PM
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Re: Radiator for 305 to 350 swap

The stock radiator is really good when well maintained. I would go for that unless you are building something really impressive
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Old 05-15-2018, 05:04 PM
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Re: Radiator for 305 to 350 swap

Nope. Just stock 350. Whats a good stock brand replacement?
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Re: Radiator for 305 to 350 swap

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Nope. Just stock 350. Whats a good stock brand replacement?
I'm using an OE replacement from O'Reilly's with my 350/330 HO deluxe. Zero issues.

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I'm using an OE replacement from O'Reilly's with my 350/330 HO deluxe. Zero issues.

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thanks JamesC, ill just grab myself a good one from my local parts store then.
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The stock radiator is really good when well maintained. I would go for that unless you are building something really impressive
Thanks Midias, ill be sure to just grab a stock replacement then.
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