Holley Performance Products continues to expand their line of performance products for all sorts of vehicles, including late-model muscle cars and LS-powered vehicles. Namely, they’ve announced a complete line of aluminum radiators under the Frostbite brand. They’ve sent over some additional information and we passed it along with you below!
Holley Performance Products is proud to announce their all-new line of Frostbite Aluminum Radiators
These radiators are available in 2-row, 3-row, and 4-row units for GM, Ford, Chrysler, and platform-specific GM LS Swap applications. Dependable, reliable Frostbite radiators are perfect for trucks, off-road vehicles, drag cars, muscle cars, street rods, and modern-muscle applications up to 1,000 horsepower. They’re available in down-flow, cross-flow, and dual-pass configurations, and all have more cooling fins per inch than can be found on lesser stock radiators.
Frostbite’s billet-aluminum fittings and tank also are made of aircraft-quality aluminum, which makes them up to 30 percent lighter than ordinary OEM-style radiators of copper/brass construction. All seams are 100-percent TIG-welded for an airtight, leak-proof seal, and the aluminum core is far more corrosion-resistant than traditional brass/copper models.
The highly polished tank lends a show-car look to any engine compartment right out of the box, and all Frostbite radiators come complete with a 16-pound radiator cap with a special logo-embossed billet cover. Individual product text and high-resolution images can be found on the following individual product pages:
GM LS Swap Radiators
- Available in down-flow, cross-flow, and dual-pass configurations
- All seams are 100-percent TIG-welded for an airtight, leak-proof seal
- 16-pound radiator cap with a special logo-embossed billet cover
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