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Hi,

I purchased a Fluidyne radiator for Supra TT thinking it will drop into an SC300 just fine... but I was wrong. It's too short. I'll sell it for what I payed for it, that's $479.95. It's brand new in a box.

Most stores have a back-order on Fluidyne.

Chris
 

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What do you mean it's too short? I was told that a TT radiator will drop into an N/A just fine.
 

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I thought the N/A Supra and SC300 were compatible as far as radiators go. No?
 

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Yes, they all will swap between each other size and mount wise. I am unsure about the in/out pipes though.
 

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Im doing this now and it seems to fit fine in my Sc. Maybe just some messing with the brackets but other than that it seems bueno lol..
 

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lacrssgus14 said:
Yes, they all will swap between each other size and mount wise. I am unsure about the in/out pipes though.
The upper pipes are off and need some tweaking if I recall correctly. Same otherwise with more capacity from the factory.
 

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DirectQL said:
No, the SC300 radiator is taller than Supras.

Chris
This is the first I've heard of SC300 rediators not swapping w/an N/A. You sure your SC300 is a stock setup?
 

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Thats strange Phil's book says to swap over to a supra TT radiator, b/c the stock sc cannot provide sufficient cooling for a TT setup, also that they swap right over, are you sure you have the right model radiator? :ugh2:
 
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