Item # 20150 BRAND: Maxx Power

Maxx Power Chevy Style Tri Flow Aluminum Radiator 22 Inch

Special 3 pass design for Chevrolet motors, produces temps up to 24 degrees lower than other aluminum radiators
Special 3 pass design for Chevrolet motors, produces temps up to 24 degrees lower than other aluminum radiators
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Special 3 pass design for Chevrolet motors, produces temps up to 24 degrees lower than other aluminum radiators
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Maxx Power Chevy Style Tri Flow Aluminum Radiator 22 Inch

Description

Maxx Power Tri Flow Radiators are designed to eliminate your overheating issues. Temperature reductions of up to 24 degrees F over your current temp are not uncommon. Independent lab tests with LS motors have shown 20 degrees F drop in temp over conventional aluminum radiators and even more over OE copper/brass.

  • Designed to eliminate overheating issues
  • Temperature reductions of up to 24 degrees F
  • Fully TIG welded 6061 aluminum tanks and core
  • Unique design passes coolant though core 2x more than other radiators

It was developed with 2 rows and a 1 inch oval tube core and a unique coolant path that routes the coolant through the radiator core 3 times and increases turbulent flow while passing the coolant in front of the fan 3 times. Traditional radiators only pass the coolant 1 time in the front of the fan. This is what makes this Radiator the best on the market.

The universal design with mount tabs welded to each tank and a traditional upper 1.5 inch inlet installed on the driver side and lower 1.75 inch outlet intake on the passenger side make this ideal for muscle cars, street rods, pro touring, etc. It also has 1/4 inch NPT welded bungs with SS plugs, one located in the bottom driver side tanks for a drain and the other under the radiator cap frame for a LS steam port or temp sensor for electric fan controller. Fully TIG welded 6061 aluminum tanks and core assure long life and leak free seams.

Specifications

  • 22 inches overall length from tank to tank
  • Radiator holds 1.3 Gallons of coolant
  • Mount tabs on each tank add another 2 inches to each side
  • Upper hose is on driver side, lower hose is on passenger side
  • Filler neck located on passenger side
  • Core thickness 2.2 inches
  • Upper hose diameter: 1.5 inches
  • Lower hose diameter: 1.75 inches
  • Overall core height: 19 inches

Warranty

365 days warranty.

Contents

(1) 20150 Maxx Power 22" Tri Flow Aluminum Radiator

Application Tips

Universal

Safety Information

Never open a radiator that the engine has been allowed to reach operating temperature. Serious injury can occur from scalding coolant or steam.



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Questions & Answers

Do you guys make a shroud n fan kit for this model?

Asked by: Chris
We sell these items individually. They will be listed at the bottom of this page under the "Radiator Essentials" section: https://www.eastwood.com/triflow
Answered by: Kelly H
Date published: 2019-10-03

I have a 95 jeep yj that I put a 350 sbc that's bored. 60 over with eagle rotating assembly and a 284 cam and I have a 2 row radiator in now and my temperature gets up 210 to 220 at 55mph even going slow speeds I need help it driving me nuts

Asked by: Tony
Our Tri Flow Radiators will handle up to 500hp. From looking at the specs. of your engine, you will be ok with the Tri Flow. A shroud and a puller fan will also help in keeping the SBC cool.
Answered by: Bob G
Date published: 2019-09-24

what is the psi rating? could it withstands a 175psi compressor, as a condensing unit.

Asked by: scrump
No this is rated for standard automotive cooling system pressures, normally a cap is set to 15 psi. We test our radiators to 45 psi.
Answered by: Kelly H
Date published: 2019-09-18

Looking at the 26" radiator.  To determine if I can use the dual electric fans I have what is  the measurement between the bottom of the inlet tube and top of the outlet tube connectors.  The overall width of fan/shroud I have is 15 and 1/2 inches. 

Asked by: Railroader
There is 15" between the top and the bottom inlet tube.
Answered by: Bob G
Date published: 2019-09-16

Blown 351 Cleveland in an early mustang with a 4 speed, its always overheated. I used a griffin radiator 20 years ago, couldn't get a 4 core. Belt off the motor runs fine 150-160, belt on 200 plus. Will your rad make the difference over the griffin?

Asked by: Hotrods512
These 2 core, 3 pass radiators work to cool vehicles up to 500 hp or less. On average it will give you about a 24 degree temperature reduction.
Answered by: Kelly H
Date published: 2019-10-31

can I still use my direct fan with your rads.... I have a 69 chevelle with a 396

Asked by: lewis
Yes, you certainly can use the direct fan. Cooling is always best if you can have the fan encased in a shroud.
Answered by: Bob G
Date published: 2019-09-12

Will this work in my 79 1ton chevy with the 350 atk hp32c motor

Asked by: Pauly 2414
As long as your under 500hp. We have the spec. sheet included here below. Measure the Rad. opening and check to make sure that the radiator core will not be hidden by the rad. support. https://www.eastwood.com/images/pdf/20151_Specs.pdf
Answered by: Bob G
Date published: 2019-08-29

What cap is recommended 22"?

Asked by: aelorn
We recommend using a 16 psi cap.
Answered by: SeanW
Date published: 2019-08-25

Will the trifold radiator work on a Ford 350 V10 - if not what do you recommend - we have a fifth wheel RV which when towing uphill it gets hot and we have to pull over to cool down - Please advise. Thank you

Asked by: Kristy
These radiators will cool up to 500 hp. For optimal results you will need to measure your existing radiator and select the largest size we offer that will fit into your area.
Answered by: Kelly H
Date published: 2019-08-19

I have a 1994 ford ranger 4.0l v6 with automatic transmission and a/c. Will one of the tri flow radiators fit?

Asked by: forddy
The dimensions of this unit are 26in wide x 19in high x 2in thick. You are going to have to measure your engine bay to see you have enough space. Keep in mind even if there is room modifications are going to have to be done to mount the radiator.
Answered by: ZachC
Date published: 2019-08-07

Is the fan that is shown with the Maxx Power Chevy Style Tri Flow Aluminum 22 Inch push or pull?

Asked by: Jeff
This can push or pull.
Answered by: SeanW
Date published: 2019-07-27

For swaping your radiator with original one installed in my Jeep 2010 Grand Cherokee SRT8 without any issues, What I need (more than radiator itself and shroud and fan)?, any special hoses? fitment holders..etc, thx

Asked by: Abdu
Our Tri Flow Radiator is not a direct replacement for your Jeep. If your Jeep has a automatic transmission, then you will need to purchase the external cooler for the Transmission. You will also have to have some mounting bolts and a drill... Check this video out. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kJIR5-Sibvg https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2lXvb7I_YHo
Answered by: Bob G
Date published: 2019-07-25

Will these work with an ls based motor? Isn't the outlet on an ls the lower hose and the inlet the upper hose?

Asked by: jmills76542
Passenger side upper inlet from the thermostat and a driver side outlet. The stock hoses may not be long enough so you may have to swap out to longer hoses.
Answered by: Bob G
Date published: 2019-07-11

You only provide half of the heat rejection equation - temperature change. What about coolant flow? The triple pass flow has to add a significant amount of pressure drop. If you double the temp delta, but cut flow in half, you don't gain any cooling.

Asked by: Engineer
In an automotive cooling system the water pump and thermostat will determine coolant flow rate, not the Radiator. With our Triflow radiator the coolant flow rate will remain the same but the coolant will have the opportunity to spend more time flowing through the radiator.
Answered by: Bob G
Date published: 2019-07-03

DO you have anything with a vent pipe let's say for LS2, and do these come in multiple dimensions?

Asked by: Juls
Our Tri Flow Radiators have an overflow tube at the filler neck, like most standard Rads. There is a 1/4" - 18 NPT fitting at the top that you can insert a sensor. The Tri Flow only comes in 3 sized. 22", 26" and 28". All of these are 19" tall.
Answered by: Bob G
Date published: 2019-06-25

I would like know if this will work on a 1980 chevy c10

Asked by: Henry
These Radiators are not a direct factory replacement. You will need to measure the rad. support opening and then check on our web site to get the correct one you will need. The important measurement is to have the core of the radiator exposed to the opening in the rad. support.
Answered by: Bob G
Date published: 2019-06-23

I HAVE A 1973 MERCURY MONTERREY With a 292 Y block replacement engine with outlet on drivers side and inlet on other side. Might be like a 1954 model. Can you help me since the AC makes this vehicle run hot .

Asked by: Robert
When your sitting in your car, and the inlet at the top is on the passenger side, this is where the coolant is coming out of the engine, and the bottom of the engine coolant going into the bottom of the Radiator is on the driver's side. then the #20274 is what you will need.
Answered by: Bob G
Date published: 2019-06-05

I would like to know the dimensions of the package of 28 radiator. 

Asked by: Mohd
The shipping carton is 22 pounds, Depth 11' Width 26" and the Height is 36"
Answered by: Bob G
Date published: 2019-06-11

I have a Mustang 1966 automatic with AC and 289 Hi-po 8 cilinders motor what is the radietor with electric fan you recomend for this.

Asked by: RFonseca
Unfortunately we can not go by any specific make or model. These radiators cool up to 500hp. You will need to measure your existing radiator and match up with one of the 2 different styles and 3 different sizes. Here is the link to all this information: https://www.eastwood.com/triflow.
Answered by: Kelly H
Date published: 2019-07-27

I have a 1970 Camaro, will these radiators need any mods to fit. thanks in advance

Asked by: Kiwi Paul
Unfortunately we can't go by any specific make or model. You will have to measure your existing unit and match up with one of the 2 styles and 3 sizes that we offer. We apologize for the confusion.
Answered by: Kelly H
Date published: 2019-02-21

Do ;you have anything to clean a tractor gas tank?

Asked by: Allen
You ask this question under our Tri Flow Radiator section, and it's a gas tank question. Eastwood offers a gas tank repair kit, in that kit it will tell you how to clean, and reseal your gas tank.
Answered by: Bob G
Date published: 2019-01-11

I installed the radiator in a 1947 Ford COE truck with Evans waterless coolant, everything works great till it warms up then the radiator leaks at the cap seal? changed the cap out with second new cap but still leaks. do you have any ideas?

Asked by: Harleyrds2
Check across the top of the filler neck for flatness, also make sure the overflow fitting has sealant tape on it and that it is tight.
Answered by: Bob G
Date published: 2018-12-05

Will the 22" radiator be sufficient to cool a crate 350 in limited space using your fan and shroud as well?

Asked by: Chad4570
The largest possible radiator should be selected to cool, that will fit into the allotted area. These radiators in general will cool up to 500 HP
Answered by: Kelly H
Date published: 2019-05-14

how much water does a raditor hold

Asked by: sande
This Radiator will hold just about a gallon of fluid.
Answered by: Bob G
Date published: 2018-11-06

I did not a reply to my question concerning what size radiator should I use in my1967 Camaro equipped with a 350 motor and the radiator brace opening is 16 inches tall by 22 1/2 inches wide. which do you recommend to use a 22inch or possible 26 inch unit

Asked by: scooter
Keep in mind each of these are 19 inches tall when measuring for fit. If you are torn between two sizes and can fit the larger we always recommend getting the larger for more cooling.
Answered by: Scott C
Date published: 2018-10-23

We are looking to integrate the Model # 20150 22" Tri-Flow radiator into a non-automotive application. There would be a significant volume needed. Could this model be manufactured completely without the upper & lower inlet & outlet tubes?

Asked by: michaelh321
Unfortunately this product is designed with the inlets and outlets already in it.
Answered by: SeanW
Date published: 2018-10-16

How are the tubes attached to the tanks? Are they welded or are they epoxied in?

Asked by: Al none
The tubes are welded onto the tank of the radiator.
Answered by: SeanW
Date published: 2018-08-20

The  specification sheet for Maxx-Power 20274 radiator indicates the upper hose is on driver side and lower hose is on passenger side.  The  drawing and catalog picture  show lower hose on driver side and upper on passenger side.  Which is correct?

Asked by: Bob83
The 20274 was built for Ford, and Chrysler's, and they have the inlet on the passenger side and the return on the drivers side.
Answered by: Bob G
Date published: 2019-04-13

will it fit in a 75 f100 pickup

Asked by: PAUL
You'll have to take some measurements of the rad area of your truck and then compare to our radiator sizes. We unfortunately do not have a list of how large the openings are on every vehicle.
Answered by: Scott C
Date published: 2018-08-28

My 71 Monte Carlo has a 19x33” radiator. Do you carry a radiator that will bolt into my car?

Asked by: John81
Our radiators are universal, You would have to measure out your space and figure out which one would be right for you.
Answered by: SeanW
Date published: 2018-09-28
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Maxx Power Chevy Style Tri Flow Aluminum Radiator 22 Inch
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