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Old 11-29-2022, 03:06 PM
Kit Coyle Kit Coyle is offline
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Cobra Make, Engine: ERA FIA #2064 BOSS 302 CSX2047 sold
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Thanks, Bob. I see from your photo and from my ERA 2064 that the upper
inlet /outlet tube is curved tight to the radiator body and raises ~1"above the
upper plane of the body itself. The Fluidyne FHP35-SHELBY unit tube is a
straight piece that is angled up but doesn't rise above the radiator body by
very much. It looks like it might fit but.... In addition, the two lower fixing pins
on the ERA unit are 17 1/2" apart while the pins on the Fluidyne are only 11"
apart. What is the best solution here? Buy a new Radiator from you and hope
I can return the Fluidyne to Summit? Have someone recore my existing ERA
radiator? Have a shop cut the tube and pins off the old radiator and weld them
on to the new one...if that could be even done! Thank you for your help!
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