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Old 02-21-2008, 08:30 PM   #1
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Need a little advice on a new radiator and shifter

Bout to crank the cobra up from its winter rest. I was just curious what you guys think is the best aftermarket shifter and radiator are. I got some extra cash to spend and don't want the cobra overheating again this summer. Just let me know if you guys and gals get a chance.

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Old 02-21-2008, 11:05 PM   #2
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Fluidyne on the radiator, MGW on the shifter.
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was your car overheating last summer? That may be a sign of a bigger problem if it was. If it was under what conditions did it do it?

And yeah I like cobra4me's mgw it was nice, and another vote for fluidyne.
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Old 02-22-2008, 03:52 AM   #4
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I what to throw a vote for Fluidyne also as I have been considering getting one, but I was reading on svtp the other day where a few Cobra owners were having problems with them leaking, but IDK. For this reason I vote LFP for the radiator. There suppose to be about the biggest one for a 03/04 and I have read were a few road races use them and have had good success with them. There a little cheaper than the Fluidyne also.

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if your cobra was overheating and you were'nt running hard on a track there may be a problem for sure.
MGW is a great shifter i love mine
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Old 02-23-2008, 02:25 PM   #6
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Overheating

The problem happend during the summer. It was 107 or so temp wise, I was running it pretty hard and the radiator cap started leaking. I took it all around and no one really said head gasket. I had the air pushed out and it ran fine. It runs like it is supposed to. Maybe thats because it is alot colder now. I will find out this summer for sure lol
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