New in 2014 PST Now Carries Northern High Performance Radiators

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    Handling performance and engine performance go hand and hand in the muscle car hobby. The key to a great performing muscle car is consistency. One way to keep things in check is with PST’s high performance radiators. A cooler running engine performs better with consistent power throughout its range. PST’s high flow aluminum radiators accomplish that with many performance saving features:


    • Lighter that OEM copper/brass, but have up to 75% more cooling capacity
    • All welded construction – No Gaskets
    • Reinforced die stamped tanks for longevity
    • Billet machined filler necks for better pressure control
    • Thick upper and lower hose connections to ensure no leaks
     
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    LOL wow that was by coincidence
     
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    So, talk to me.
    1976 Chrysler New Yorker 7.2
    Guaranteed the mounting holes line up and the mounts for the stock shroud are there?
     
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    . .. theres your radiator commando ^^ !

    what timing!!
     
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    I'll wait til he gets back to me on my question....
     
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    Look at that and pst is on east coast should save me some shipping LOL
     
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    I dont see made in the USA as one of the selling points
     
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    You shut them up! Another muscle car parts peddler with nothing for us...

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K8E_zMLCRNg
     
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    Stan.......I don't believe they have one for a formal.

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  11. commando1

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    I went directly to the radiator supplier's website and I did find a listing for a 76 NYB 7.2 (CR506) but it's a relabled Spectra or a Spectra clone. Not an all aluminum.

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    And you gave them kudos for their front end parts for c bodies......
     
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    I was giving the guy who pays part of the freight around here so we idiots can babble a Thank You and hope he doesn't eff up. That's the proper way.
    WE, unfortunately for Joey, hold everything under the microscope and he's wondering if he should go the way of Moparts and install censorship-by-moderator to make sure every last one of them don't go away.
    Even 440 Source has a zillion defenders pounce on you and yet they have never made 1 post as a sponsor.
    Their $$$ as a sponsor go a loooong way over there. Joey would kill to have RockAuto or 440 Source as a sponsor.
    Thank you PST.
     
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    Commando1,

    I am working with northern on this for your car as this a new line for us. He gave me two options for the NYB, basically the difference is in the outlet locations. I need to know the locations of your outlets when ordering. I the price to your door would be $419. These are the actual photos of the two rad options:

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    Thanks
    James
     
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    THANK YOU, James.
    There's no hope of making the style you show a plug 'n play on your own.
    It's totally wrong and $4i9.00 plus shipping.
    That kind of economics only make sense in the B-bodies, unfortunately. Our radiators have to be priced at around $300.00 for it to make sense to us guys.
    $330.00 gets me mine recored with aluminum in one day which is top of the line way to go for us). Guys choosing to go the extra $100 in a C-body you can count on your hand. We won't settle for a radiator that you finally end up zip tieing to the support out of frustration. Doesn't make sense for you either.
    Hope I'm helping here...
     
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    he said 4 hundy to your door. new vs. recore.

    i can see that, i dont think thats an insane price.

    but i aint the one buying radiators.

    $.02
     
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    I think you are going to have to go with recore cross flow is way to much work and won't work as your car has inlet and outlet on same side passenger side.
     
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    Im curious to see what Stans radiator looks like out of the car so we can see a comparison of whats going on, I am all for learning. Care to help out Stan?
     
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    Stan,

    Now want to look into to this further, you have brought up some very good points and I do appreciated it as this is a new line for us so I realize there will be some what of a learning curve. Thank you for the insight. I should have answer back shortly. Just a side note I believe the mounting flange is there it is hard to see in the photo but I do want to clear up the neck location issue.

    James
     
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