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Author: Subject: RADIATORS FANS AND FILLER NECK WITH DISCOUNT
Coolexperts

posted on 8/10/19 at 02:46 PM Reply With Quote
RADIATORS FANS AND FILLER NECK WITH DISCOUNT

Coolex are proud to be the suppliers of many of the racing Locost cars, We offer the Escort sized radiator with reversed side brackets and no filler neck
The radiator comes in 3 depth sizes, 42mm which is bigger that the standard Ford radiator, 55mm and 70mm.
There is a 10.00 voucher for Locost Forum member to use in the checkout basket FORUMRAD

http://www.coolexperts.co.uk/product-category/radiators/locost/


We now have a combination Thermostat housing filler neck that faces the top inlet on the radiator. This is designed for the Crossflow and Lotus engines
There is a 10.00 voucher for Locost Forum member to use in the checkout basket THERMONECK

http://www.coolexperts.co.uk/product/thermostat-housing-filler-neck-combination/



We also have a range of universal cutlass blade turbo fans available, fitted on welded brackets with a Lucas type fan operating switch in a welded boss.

http://www.coolexperts.co.uk/product-category/electric-fans/coolex-fans/

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ravingfool

posted on 8/10/19 at 05:24 PM Reply With Quote
These look good, are the any photos or design drawings showing the inlet/outlet locations and sizes?
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Coolexperts

posted on 8/10/19 at 05:39 PM Reply With Quote
Thanks for the reply, were you talking about the radiators or the filler necks? If it is the Thermoneck The positioning is same as all of the early Ford Thermostat housings. such as Anglia, Cortina, Escort Lotus Elan (Not Lotus Cortina) crossflow and pre crossflow ETC The hose size off the end is 38MM usually reduced by for back to 32mm in the rubber. hose. If you were talking about the radiator, the basic models are a copy of the VW polo radiator as far as hose sizes and threaded bosses go. The Combi is an exact copy of the Sport 250.

Steve.

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r1_pete

posted on 10/10/19 at 08:14 PM Reply With Quote
Could a 70mm 2.8 capri rad be built without a filler neck and side mounts?
Its for a 24v Cosworth V6 in a scimitar.

[Edited on 10/10/19 by r1_pete]

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Coolexperts

posted on 11/10/19 at 03:14 PM Reply With Quote
Hi Pete,

We usually use the 70mm Cortina radiator which is the same radiator but is 83mm taller on the scimitar or build a bespoke radiator from one of our slab cores. We are happy to quote on any design or idea that you have.

Regards

Steve.

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Coolexperts

posted on 11/10/19 at 03:25 PM Reply With Quote
Correct an error

If you were talking about the radiator, the basic models are a copy of the VW polo radiator as far as hose sizes and threaded bosses go. The Combi is an exact copy of the Sport 250.

Oops, Sorry this message was for the Westfield forum, old age catching up on me.

Answer should have been, you can have what you want on the radiator with the outlets. options are:

32mm pipes or 38mm pipes,

top left bottom right, Kent engines - top left bottom left, Zetec engines - top right bottom left, Cologne engines - top right bottom right, Honda engines.

Steve

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