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Ok so im not the most knowledgeable guy when it comes to stuff like this but i recently bought my 2014 gt which was already supercharged via the Paxton novi 2200sl system and the fan was kinda Jank and warped in there. But being the dumba** that i am i left it thinking it was fine. Well yesterday i was driving along and i looked at the guage from Lund to see that the coolant temp was skyrocketed to 255°which is normally around 189° or so. So i pulled over asap and popped the hood to find the engine bay absolutely covered in coolant. It seems the fan had worn a hole in the radiator. Now i wanted to replace the stock radiator anyway at some point but wasnt exactly planning on it being so soon lol. So in retrospect what are good aftermarket radiators to look at for better cooling. Also i have another factory fan thats brand new that i will probably try and cut better than the one the guy i bought it from is. But another problem is will the factory fan fit in there with an aftermarket radiator or is there a slim profile one anyone could suggest using for easier fitment and clearance. The only reason i ask about fan options is because the factory radiator and fan already fit in there tightly as it is. Thanks.

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