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(NOW SOLD)ProAlloy Water Radiator From Single Seater ....Made by none other than Carl Nunn! (no, I've no idea either) No longer required - I bought this a few years ago as part of a grand plan to add a water cooling circuit for turbocharger cooling on my other project. It's just a little too big to accommodate where I would like to install it. Which is a real bummer, because it's a lovely thing, very light and nicely made....but would cost more to modify than to start with the right size matrix from the beginning. I bought this from Steve @ SBD Motorsport, it was only used a few times on his one of his hillclimb/sprint cars before he got upgrade-itis [tut] Like I said, never been used while in my possession, so looking to move it on....perfect if you're a weight-weenie working on a competition car! Approximate dimensions: Width = 323mm Height = 350mm Core thickness = 20mm Tank Depth (thickness) = 30mm Mounting centres pitch = 274mm Water inlet/outlet pitch = 302mm, c-c Water inlet/outlet diameter = 25mm Weight = 1330gms as it stands (empty....of course) £100 + shipping
Note: Corrections added as I learn from others Oh great and wise ones... A little help please. Post RAF Wittering, I have sprung a leak! The hole has appeared just after the weld on the thinner water pipe that comes from the thermo and the heater at point A on the diagram. I could repair but I suspect it will be an ongoing adventure as it's so close to the welded joint A-F-G. So... I am going aeroscreen, plus I never use the heater anyway so I want to get rid. Engine is Dunnell Zetec 2.0l on TBs with what I believe is the Dunnell RMP1940 Cooling System. That leaves me with questions then... I tried to map out the pipe work as below: What I'd like to know is: Can I remove all of the red pipework and Plug C, G and B? Plug B and connect C to G? [*]Should I only remove the heater and connect D to E? [*]What does A to B do? Thanks very much.