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    New Radiator

    Will this Mustang radiator fit out Marauder?

    1997-04 MUSTANG SVE ALUMINUM RADIATOR 4.6L

    SVE Mustang Aluminum Radiator (97-04) 4.6L - LMR.com part SVE-8005D

    with the addition of
    - Fits Automatic Transmissions with the addition of 2 LRS-4170319 to adapt factory lines to this radiator.
    - We also recommend the use of Mishimoto Radiator Brackets with this radiator

    or can someone recommend a better radiator than factory?

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    No help?


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    Stock radiator cools very well, I know cars with 500+ ponies in stock cooling. Get a 180 thermostat and a tune upgrade for it.
    2004 SB Ported Trilogy 48
    Has supporting mods and stuff
    Thanks to Marty O for his help in updating this car.

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    From my info the radiator is the same as a 2004 Town car. However, there's a size variance with either a 27 1/2" core or a 25 3/5 core.
    '04 Silver Marauder w/ sunroof - HID lighting, JL Audio / Eclipse DVD/NAV/iPod/camera, 4.10's, 2" drop, Progard Bumper Baffle, Delete tips, Billet Pedals, BC4E dead pedal, Lidio Tune, Mach1 chin spoiler, K&N CAI, TCE SS lines, Super40's, tinted tails, SS Inserts, Heinous Control Arms, Real oil gauge, Steeda UDP, lighted door handles.

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    There isn’t one thing on that radiator that’s the same.

    Start off like I did, for starters find something with the proper side in and outs, then move on to the correct size of hose connections. Then make your own brackets.


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    Thanks. Is a PI radiator the same or is it just that mine is 17 years old and almost has 265,000 miles? Im still sometimes overheating when the car is idling in line like at Costco gas when it’s hot outside. As soon as I drive away, the temp goes back to normal.
    What will happen when we go from 80 to 110 outside?


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    So the PI radiator # is H2MZ-8005-W.
    The Marauder is H2MZ-8005-Z.
    Can anyone tell me the difference?


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    New Radiator

    If it was your radiator you would be overheating while in motion. That leaves thermostat, air in the system, rust or blocked cooling valleys, or the fan not operating correctly.

    Only exemption would be that the entire front area is clogged enough that the fan can no longer keep it cool, of course in motion you would still be overheating. We have some cottonwood trees in my neighborhood that in a course of 5-6 years literally leave a 1” thick wool blanket between my radiator and condenser that I need to lean the radiator back and flush it with a hose. Well at least when it was stock. It doesn’t seem to collect there any more with all my changes.


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