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Originally Posted by Wealth Manager View Post
I have a company called wizard cooling that does high performance radiators here in NY, they are getting back to me tomorrow with a quote to do all 3 in all aluminum.

I will let you guys know.
Awesome! This is something we all need to know. Hell I want to know and I don't have my car till next week!! Thanks everyone.

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try tarret engineering for radiators

http://www.tarett.com/items/996-997-...750-detail.htm

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Originally Posted by Wealth Manager View Post
I have a company called wizard cooling that does high performance radiators here in NY, they are getting back to me tomorrow with a quote to do all 3 in all aluminum.

I will let you guys know.

ha no ****.

WNY!!!

my best friend used to design rads for them in his spare time.
 
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Goodstuff! As long as the cores are as good/better than OE and end tanks are solid and good-fitting, we might have a winner...small shops seem to be getting things done while the big guy just sit around...
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I have a company called wizard cooling that does high performance radiators here in NY, they are getting back to me tomorrow with a quote to do all 3 in all aluminum.

I will let you guys know.
 
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I need to source a driver side radiator (free, does not have to be working) to send to the company. I have a passenger side myself and sourced a center one locally.


Looking like the cost would be around 579 a piece he said briefly. But for all aluminum and not have to replace every couple years would be nice.
 
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I have been talking with a few companies at SEMA in regards to this, this week. I hope we can get something going!
 
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The radiators are a go. I will be having them built over the next month. I should have them on my car by then and I will get full pricing for everyone.
 
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Just call PWR and order them. Best you can have and proven over and over again for Porsches at Grand AM.
Aren't the Turbo Radiators different dimension's compared to NA cars?
 
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NA Carrera, yes ... GT cars, no. The solution in on the market for about 11 years give or take, since the 996 GT3RS (race cars) and RSRs, not rocket science, just need to look at the right place, and not to say that PWR quality is impeccable, I had a few installed and minimal trimming was necessary on GT2 and GT3 cars.

They list nothing about 996's all 997's............can you link to the direct products? I honestly don't see anything...
 

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Will these be made for use with the factory clip-in style hoses or will they be made to run conventional hose and hose clamps? Would be an nice option to choose, I myself prefer standard hose clamps over the clip style...
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The radiators are a go. I will be having them built over the next month. I should have them on my car by then and I will get full pricing for everyone.
 
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Looks great, only thing I will add is the centre rad 996.106.037.75 is also for 2001-2005 TT.
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Ok,

Per my parts catalog -

Center radiator - PN 996 106 037 75
2005 Turbo S
07-08 GT3 / RS
10-11 GT3 / RS and 4.0
02-05 GT2
08-09 GT2
11 GT2 RS

Left Side Radiator - PN 997 106 131 02
All 997 GT3/RS

Right Side Radiator - PN 997 106 132 02
All 997 GT3/RS

Left Side Radiator - PN 996 106 131 74
02-05 GT2
08-09 GT2
05 Turbo S
11 Turbo S
11 GT2 RS
01-05 Turbo
07-11 Turbo

Right Side Radiator - PN 996 106 132 72
02-05 GT2
08-09 GT2
05 Turbo S
11 Turbo S
11 GT2 RS
01-05 Turbo
07-11 Turbo

Center Radiator PN - 997 106 038 04
07-12 Turbo
11-11 Turbo S



Hopefully I didn't forget anything.
 
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Wealth Manager, please keep us updated. I'm due for rad replacement and want to go all aluminum. I'd be happy to serve as a fitment tester.

If you get a chance, inquire about the hose ends... OEM push lock vs. conventional hose/clamp style. Would simplify things, I would think...
 
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Update, please?
 
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I have these on my other porsche they are awesome but back then they didn't sell the center radiator so i can't tell you if that one works. No more leaks i know that lol.
 

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