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Old 10-06-2005, 12:38 PM   #1
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Anyone with cooling issues with '96-97 Cobra; this works. Radiator for '03 Cobra and '03 Cobra thermostat. Car will run well within cool range. Also, if you have a chip in your vehicle, have tuner turn fans on at lower temp than stock.
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Re: Cooling issues

And if someone wants a stock 03 cobra radiator, let me know. I need an excuse to upgrade.
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Re: Cooling issues

another question related to cooling issues

i have March Underdrive pullies(though not yet installed) and i hear people have cooling issues with underdrives. true? if so, i prolly wont install them, since cooling issues was a reason for selling the dsm(fmic basically stopped all airflow to radiator).
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Re: Cooling issues

I had a chip, and a transmission cooler on my 99, with ASP underdrive pullies, never had a bit of problem with cooling it.
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Re: Cooling issues

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another question related to cooling issues

i have March Underdrive pullies(though not yet installed) and i hear people have cooling issues with underdrives. true? if so, i prolly wont install them, since cooling issues was a reason for selling the dsm(fmic basically stopped all airflow to radiator).
i have march pullies with the SFI crank pulley and i have no problems once so ever with over-heating, not even after running about 8 times down the 1/4 one night.
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Re: Cooling issues

I never had any cooling issues with the blower on the car even sitting around idling on the hottest days
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