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1983 Chevy Camaro Standard Champion Aluminum Radiator, Two Row

1983 Chevy Camaro Standard  Champion  Aluminum Radiator, Two Row

BRAND: Champion Cooling Systems

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1982-1992 Camaro Champion Aluminum Radiator, Two Row
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Replacement for OE #: EC951
$211.99 ea.
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1982 thru 1992
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  • Includes: Base Coupe, Sport Coupe, Berlinetta And Z28
  • Redesigned For 4 Cyl, V6 And V8 Applications
  • All Aluminum Construction
  • Two Rows Of 1" Tubes, Cools Up To 375 Horsepower
  • 28" High x 32" Wide
  • 1-1/3" Drivers Inlet
  • 1-5/8" Passenger Outlet
  • Mount Type: Saddle
  • Core Size 17.25" x 26.25"
  • Transcooler: 1/2 X20 Straight Thread G1/4

Your 1982-1992 Camaro can get hot...really hot. Bumper to bumper traffic, blistering summer days, and daily driving can add up. The factory copper and brass radiators were barely satisfactory at transferring heat which is why Chevy engines will overheat. Why take chances with your valuable Chevy engine? Champion Aluminum Radiators from Ricks Camaros provide outstanding performance at an exceptional value. Aluminum is far superior to the original copper and brass because it dissipates heat and cools down much more quickly. That means better protection for your investment. Champion's aluminum radiator is 50-75% lighter than your factory copper and brass radiator unit and cools up to 40% better. Plus, the incredible price makes this Champion radiator an exceptional value. Trust Ricks Camaros for all your 1982-1992 Base Coupe, Sport Coupe, Berlinetta or Z28 restoration and performance parts.


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