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scstrangebug
00:53:02 Wed
Jul 6 2005

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super front radiator placement

hey guys,
I just saw southysuper's EJ20 subby powered super. man that's alot of S words. he did something pretty cool with his radiator. He's now running Run-Flat or kevlar tires I can't remember. Anyway, he doesn't need a spare so he cut out the spare circle and put 16 gauge sheet on top of it and put the rad under with duct airdam coming in from the louvers and exiting to each side in the rear of the box he made. It took him about 4 hours because of using a stick welder for the first time, but still it didn't look like that much work. I just thought I'd mention this as an alternate way way to mount a rad in a super. I think I'll do the same when I go to water cooled.

  
tyz71
17:35:58 Fri
Sep 11 2009

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Re: super front radiator placement

Hey tht sounds like a good idea do u have any pics of something like that? I am doing a rotary in my 71 super beetle.

  

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