Whilst RHSC will supply a radiator with a kit, these are usually what has been available for them to buy at "Job lot" prices, and some members find that they aren't ideal for their application.

What follows is a selection of different radiators, that members have used, or alternative ways of making the RHSC supplied radiator more effective.

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for the monocoque cars, the supplied radiator was a Cortina single row one, I changed it to a double row one, and still keeping the viscous engine fan, made a fibreglass cowl to fit.

This proved effective, and was passed on to another member when I went to the Vauxhall engine.

Wishbone 2B.

One of out North West members has fitted a mini radiator, complete with it's fan into the front of a wishbone 2B. Initial runs look encouraging, the big test will be the Le-mans trip this summer.

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Wishbone 2B.

Here we have the supplied Cortina radiator, with a Citroen BX electric fan fitted into the nosecone, because you can't get the fan up close to the radiator, it has been cowled in.

 

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brkts.jpg (46783 bytes) Wishbone 2B again,

The radiator is off an early 90's (J reg) Seat Marbella (45+vat, new) with a fan off some Renault diesel something or other, although a Citroen BX would fit. brkts made and welded on make it a 'proper job'

thanks to Steve Johnston for the photo's, who assures me that there is plenty of room under the nosecone.

Here we have a rad that Colin King bought from Donington show, it's a 3 core ally job, with it's tank on the side, both inlet & outlet hoses come from that side as well. The fan is the usual Citreon BX job.
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Here we have a Toyota Corrolla electric fan, as fitted by Nigel (Longboarder) to his car. You can see the measurements, and Nigel tells me that there are a number of wires, so it's obviously more then a single speed fan (although you'd have to play with them to find out the various permutations)