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Crossflow Ford Aluminum Radiator by Howe Racing Enterprises
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Description: The Howe aluminum racing radiator was introduced in 1984 as an affordable alternative to existing copper & brass radiators. The highly efficient tube to fin bond in the Howe core provides for maximum heat transfer and dissipation. The Howe radiator is typically 7% cooler than a flux bonded aluminum core and 15% cooler than copper and brass.
Howe radiators are all aluminum with no epoxy. There are over 80 different standard styles and sizes available. Howe radiators are 100% TIG welded by hand by experienced craftsmen for exceptional quality and appearance. Each radiator is pressure tested and guaranteed against manufacturing defects.

For available sizes and other information http://www.howeracing.com/radiators/...ssflowFord.htm
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Registered: April 2002
Location: Surprise
Posts: 2192
Review Date: 7/5/2003 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: $199.00 | Rating: 5 

 
Pros: Outstanding Cooling, Quality, Lightweight
Cons: Some light fabrication

This radiator survived a front end crash and is being used in my 90 LX, this radiator keeps things extremely cool, and its cheap too.

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Jesse Berger
90 LX, Previous 4 cyl.
408W In the Works
TW FAC's, Jay Allen cam, Super Victor

2001 V6 5 Speed Daily Driver
Windstar Intake, Dual Exhuast, CAI, Headers
Best ET: 15.44@91 mph (on 18's)
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aschiltz
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Registered: September 2003
Location: San Diego, CA
Posts: 5
Review Date: 9/22/2003 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 4 

 
Pros: TBD
Cons: TBD

Where did you get this radiator at this price?

What Howe part number did you use?

Andy

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Andy Schiltz
San Diego, CA
'89 Mustang GT
SCCA Solo2, IS1 #302
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aschiltz
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Registered: September 2003
Location: San Diego, CA
Posts: 5
Review Date: 7/27/2004 Would you recommend the product? No | Price you paid?: $200.00 | Rating: 0 

 
Pros: Light weight, solid construction, great looks
Cons: Inlet & Outlet don\'t match factory size, no drain valve

Change rating to 5 out of 5!

I replaced a cheap stock aftermarket radiator when it began to leak after many years of service. The Howe 342EF from Summit Racing is much lighter and infinitely better looking. Have no doubt, this is a no BS, heavy duty racing radiator at a great price. I have yet to find a condition that will put it above 210 degrees (180 degree thermostat) although I have not used it on an open track event yet with continuous full throttle.

The 342EF is the widest that will fit into a Fox Mustang and it is a tight fit at the bottom of the radiator support which should be clearanced so as to not wear the lower corners of the end tanks. The 342A28F is 3 inches narrower and should drop in no problem. As mentioned in the cons, the inlet (1.50\") & outlet (1.75\") don\'t match factory size (1.25\" inlet & 1.5\" outlet) so I could not use factory hoses and had to buy a flex metal hose kit from Summit for $100 to get it to work. Even at a total cost of $300 from Summit, it is still a bargain and the flex hose and fittings look killer.

Got Heat? Get Howe!!

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Andy Schiltz
San Diego, CA
'89 Mustang GT
SCCA Solo2, IS1 #302
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