Question - just what is it about the crossflow that supposedly
makes it superior? I know that most American monsters that
produce lots of heat do NOT use crossflow radiators. In fact
radiators have gotten smaller in the past ten years (most now
come with electric fans).
I thought that having the inlet and outlet across diagonally from
each other was very important, adequate fan(s), as well as area
available to the wind flow.
Is there anything that makes a cross flow superior technically
1960 Bugeye 1275 w/crossflow & no problems