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Aluminum and Brass Radiators by Griffin
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Description: A true manufacturer of high performance aluminum and copper radiators, GRIFFIN provides quality products with a full range of sales and technical services. Our team of skilled craftsman combine design and technology in a 66,000 square foot facility. The result is the crafting of the finest radiators made today. Every member of Team GRIFFIN represents a philosophy founded on customer service. Product managers and technicians work with you to ensure consistent quality and on time delivery. Whatever your needs, radiators for racing, street rod, classic, muscle, or late model cars and trucks, GRIFFIN has the radiator in inventory or can build it to your exact specifications. GRIFFIN is the only manufacturer to maintain templates for virtually every car or truck made and model. At GRIFFIN, our service only begins at the sale.

GRIFFIN is dedicated to leadership in the design and manufacture of innovative thermal transfer products. Our teams understand that well-designed tanks, tubes and fins maximize cooling efficiency. A leader in the industry, GRIFFIN continually tests and develops innovative designs and processes to more efficiently cool an engine. These innovations include Serpentine and Z-FIN™ breakthrough designs; heliarc welding for rigid conformity; braising for stronger, more durable single-bonded units; degreasing to remove impurities; and reinforced with high temperature epoxy for additional tube to header strength. GRIFFIN provides thorough quality control inspection, computerized scheduling and on-time shipping. GRIFFIN offers you the right radiator for the right application. No more accepting a radiator which almost meets your needs. The GRIFFIN™ product reflects an intelligent understanding that cooling demands differ. GRIFFIN™ aluminum and copper brass radiators are available in many tube sizes or series categories. Each category represents a series of radiators with unique cooling characteristics.

PRO SERIES ™
The PRO SERIES features standard core, serpentine fin, in-line tube construction, 1" tube diameter. The PRO SERIES appeals to the enthusiast whose cooling demands are important, but not critical.

HP SERIES (HIGH PERFORMANCE)
The HP SERIES features a high efficiency core, serpentine fin, in-line tube, 1-1/4" tube diameter. The represents a high performance quality radiator that handles moderate to heavy cooling demands.

HP MAX SERIES (MAXIMUM PERFORMANCE)
The HP MAX SERIES provides maximum cooling efficiency and features the PERFORMANCE™ heavy duty core with double louvered plate fin design, 1-1/4" tube diameter. The HP MAX provides high end professional performance when cooling demands are critical. Most HP MAX SERIES radiators are special order only.

CB SERIES (COPPER BRASS)
CB SERIES radiators are well-suited when an original replica is preferred. GRIFFIN customizes beautiful, efficient copper brass radiators

HE SERIES (HIGH EFFICIENCY)
HE SERIES radiators are the high efficiency line of copper brass radiators. They are excellent OE replacement radiators with today's most efficient designer. They provide 20% - 30% more cooling efficiency than the standard CB SERIES.

For more information visit: http://www.griffinrad.com/
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DaleBrown

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Registered: February 2002
Posts: 290
Review Date: 7/24/2003 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: $300.00 | Rating: 4 

 
Pros: Nice Fit, Easy Installation, GREAT Cooling
Cons: Quality

My radiator was gone in my 95GT and I replaced it with a Griffin. It was an excellent addition to my supercharged GT. Even in the Texas summers my tempature never reached anywhere near the hot (usually ran about half way or near the "R") .. My only complaint is that I did spring a leak in it and have yet to have it repaired.
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ivan66mustang

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Registered: October 2002
Location: Norwalk, CA
Posts: 6
Review Date: 3/8/2004 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: $200.00 | Rating: 4 

 
Pros: affordable
Cons: had to install a chevy radiator

I recently installed a universal 19" tall by 22" wide chevy aluminum radiator in my '66 and my brother's '65 mustang coupe. I made very little modifications other than a shorter fan spacer. I used 4 fox body radiator supports to hold it in place and an automatic trans cooler for the trans oil. I went to the auto parts store and looked for a top hose to fit it. the inlet is on the driver side and the outlet is on the outlet side. good luck all you early mustangers!

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7-UP BILL

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Registered: January 2003
Location: My other car is a firetrk
Posts: 1121
Review Date: 7/27/2008 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: $350.00 | Rating: 9 

 
Pros: Quality workmanship, ease of installation
Cons: thicker than stock rad. Acceptable neg aspect

The two (2) 2" cores really let the cooling fins dissipate heat. The aluminum finish looks great even 13 years later. FYI, My radiator is the Mustang specific model. NOT the universal model. The upper rad mounts needed to be modded but that again is an acceptable inconvenience for the great reliability.

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