Tips For Installing A Tri-Flow Radiator
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.
How To Install a Tri-Flow Radiator
The new Eastwood Maxx-Power Tri-Flow aluminum radiators have been proven to keep a car 24 degrees cooler than a regular OEM brass and copper radiator. Their 3 pass design cools better than typical single pass aluminum radiators too. Getting this added cooling is easy though, thanks to their well thought out design features and easy installation.....READ MORE
What to do When Your Car Engine Overheats
Most normal people drive modern cars with computer controlled everything, and they seldom over heat. If you folks are like me (and I know you are because I’m an Eastwood guy too) you likely drive a special car that is more than a few years old and may have a carburetor, purely mechanical forms of engine control (or manual, driver controlled) systems, and a motor butting out a lot more power and heat than the factory ever provided. Some of the common advice for what to do in case of an overheating car works no matter what car you are driving, but older cars sometime require special care.....READ MORE