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Old 08-31-2009, 09:35 PM   #1
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Does anyone know if the Mishimoto Aluminum Radiators for the 97-04 GT/Cobra/Mach1/Bullit will fit in my 00 v6?


Mishimoto Performance Aluminum Mustang Radiator - Automatic - (97-04 GT/Cobra/MACH1/Bullitt) at AmericanMuscle.com - Free Shipping!

According to my mechanic friend, I'll be needing a new one soon and I would like to get a nice one like this.
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Ford owners know that with the torque they produce in their mustangs, they will need a quality, durable aluminum radiator to keep their motor cool. Popular with supercharged and turbocharged cars, the Mishimoto Ford Mustang radiators will bolt directly into your Mustang GT without modification. Slight modification may be required for V6 models. Gain up to 25% more cooling with a Mishimoto radiator!
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What kind of modification would need to be done?

Would it be difficult/expensive?
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What kind of modification would need to be done?

Would it be difficult/expensive?
I'm not sure, but I can guess that it will either be something to do with where the hoses connect or the size of the inlet/outlet on the radiator. It is possible the inlet/outlet may be too big for the v6
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Re: Performance Mustang Aluminum Radiators

I hear Mishimoto aren't that great. I'm guessing the next best alternative would be Fluidyne?

Apparently something keeps going wrong with the Mishimoto radiators, that is the welds don't hold or they fall apart. Although Mishimoto has a lifetime warranty (I believe) it gets frustrating to keep replacing them, but I have heard they hold up to their end of the warranty.
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Well, if Moshimoto Radiators aren't that great, and they're aren't any for the V6 on AmericanMuscle, where's another place I can go to get a good radiator online?
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