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Anyone know if GT3 (or other) Esprits which in standard form dont have the aircon retain the aircon radiator even if there is no aircon?

Is it still there sandwiched the group of three rads at the front of the car? Or did they remove it and have just the two? (Chargecooler and Engine)

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Really my interest is to reduce the saturation comeback phase of the chargecooler system.

30secs of peak transient is great but heat soak soon takes out that motorway sustained condition.

We need more efficiient cooling, innit.

got some plans... but trying to do the simplest logical stuff first, i.e. S300 aircon rad conversion.

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think the S300 conversion is just a set of link pipes to convert said condenser to the CC system. many s300's still had the removed A/c back as an option, ruining the idea of more capacity in the CC system, with the more surface area. heard someone had done a much bigger more efficent CC rad in the front, out of a Massey Ferguson tractor. A/C specialists with many on the shelf could help maybe, once some measurements were made.

look in the parts book for the different rad packs. im just gonna take a squizz meself, as youve got me Visa card twitching like mad for an upgrade.

certainly more fluid sounds good, as does lots more surface area

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