1) What kind of pressure cap should I run with your radiator?
2) If I increase the pressure rating on my cap, will it cool better?
3) Can I use an engine oil cooler if my car does not currently have one?
4) What is the difference between a 134A condenser and an R12 condenser?
5) I understand that the R12 gas is being phased out. Is that true?
6) How much space should there be between the A/C condenser and the radiator?
7) Does an internal transmission cooler work better that an external transcooler?
8) What kind of transmission coolers do you have available?
9) Will an internal transcooler raise the water temperature?
10) Why doesn't Griffin use the same transcooler fittings that the car had originally?
11) The fittings Griffin used on my transcooler are not the same as the original fittings, what size are they?
12) Where can I get adapters to fit the Griffin transcooler?
13) Why would I use a surge tank?
14) Should I use a plastic overflow bottle or one with a screw on cap?
15) If I have both of my hoses on the same side, should I put a baffle in the tank?
16) Will it hurt anything if I go to AN fitting instead of a slip-on hose fitting?
17) Where can I get hoses?
18) What kind of water pump should I use with your radiator?
19) Should I slow down the water pump or speed it up for better cooling?
20) Is it ok to run without a thermostat?
21) What kind of thermostat should I run with one of your radiators?
22) Can I use a restrictor plate instead of a thermostat?




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