I see you are s/c so I'll pose another question for you...Drew00GTsc said:that is the correct part number if you have a stick. got mine ordered from Summit ($420) but they are back ordered for a few more weeks.
both the steeda and fluidyne are bolt in replacements. fluidyne is all brazed aluminum (no epoxy joints). thats why i went with their's.
No, it's an aftercooled S-Trim. I was thinking along your lines, that it would be a bit easier, but I'm not waiting until mid June for the blower.Drew00GTsc said:beats me. sorry I cant help. I have had the blower on for almost 2 yrs. just doing the radiator now. i think it would be easier to do it all at the same time but then again i wouldnt wait...:lol:
you have to drain a gallon or so to do the blower install (at least vortechs). for the radiator, you will have to drain the whole thing. the radiator should drop right in witht he blower in place. some of the tubing will have to be removed but that is pretty easy.
if you are talking about an ATI or another with an a-a intercooler, i would wait. that is going to be a pain.