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    88 GQ Radiator

    I have a aluminum radiator that i had in my GQ patrol 4 core i think it was but was no good for my patrol as it raised my temp to much so i went back to stock on the advice of people from here now i am offering it to anyone who wants it for free. Located Port Pirie Sa Radiator has only done 2000kms hope someone can put it to good use

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    How'd you go with the stock radiator in temp difference mate?

    If money permits the UFI fan was also a winner for me with the OEM radiator.

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    well i went from temp sitting rite up in the 3/4 down to just below half which now i am happy about so really its a big drop

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    now i have the temp all sorted i can get back to my next mod i ripping out the dash and replacing the original gauges with vdo titanium gauges which includes the speedo

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    Quote Originally Posted by totallylost View Post
    now i have the temp all sorted i can get back to my next mod i ripping out the dash and replacing the original gauges with vdo titanium gauges which includes the speedo
    Yep, I recently did the same thing from Sass to VDO....lol

    Bloody Sass water temp was completely wrong and needle started sticking and having a melt down.

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    i just dont like the instrument in the dash there just plain and unreliable so i have decided to rip them out and replace the instrument cluster with vdo

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    still got it if anyone interested

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