In a message dated 8/21/00 12:09:27 PM Central Daylight Time, N197TR4 writes:
<< Would this radiator fit/work in my early TR4? TR4 #197 now sports the
stock early TR4 radiator and has done well over the past 8 years, but now
with new cam....
Joe Alexander >>
Date: Mon, 21 Aug 2000 13:09:27 EDT
Subject: Re: Aluminum rad for Spit
X-Mailer: CompuServe 2000 32-bit sub 101
Would this radiator fit/work in my early TR4? TR4 #197 now sports the stock
early TR4 radiator and has done well over the past 8 years, but now with new
<< Bob Lang wrote:
> On Mon, 21 Aug 2000, Joe Curry wrote:
> > Steve,
> > If I had not just spent the 300 bucks to have the Stock radiator
recored, I'd jump at your offer. I have the stock Mk1 header tank
> > already on the engine so that part wouldn't matter.
> > Oh well that's just my usual luck!
> > Joe
> Joe - this is the voice of your conscinece, baby. We've been watching
> your progress since you've been taking the shots...
> errr... think spares. You _need_ this part. Aluminium radiator - lighter
> than copper, better wieght balance, better cooling... what more could you
> ask for???
All good points! But I wonder if it would be a wise thing to further lighen
the front. I already cut a full coil off the springs and
the car still seems to sit too high in front. Maybe I need to soften the
SPAX shocks to make it settle down a bit. Of course, in
saying this, I have geared myself for a message from Ted S. about those
expensive Carrera Shocks and height adjustment kits! :)