Keep your cool. What options are out there for 1987-1991 B2K Callaway Corvettes?

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*89x2*
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Keep your cool. What options are out there for 1987-1991 B2K Callaway Corvettes?

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I saw this:
https://www.dewitts.com/collections/cor ... 5693879378

I've already spent $300 + labor to R/R my brass copper radiator, so thinking it's time to think aluminum.

Any experiences?
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I bought this Dewitt double row and the fan last year- works great!
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Loudoun_Prime wrote: Sun Apr 04, 2021 4:27 pm I bought this Dewitt double row and the fan last year- works great!
Good to hear this. Was it a drop-in, no modifications needed?

What did you tell them when you ordered?

And did you have the copper/brass unit still, until the swap?
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Yes and yes - it was the original radiator from the car since new and the Dewitt model fit without any modifications. I even did the two row version.
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Loudoun_Prime wrote: Mon Apr 05, 2021 9:49 am Yes and yes - it was the original radiator from the car since new and the Dewitt model fit without any modifications. I even did the two row version.
No trimming of the shroud?

I might have to check your car out a lil closer, or post pics>?
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I just ordered the fan for my car it say direct fit without cutting or splicing of wires .I already have the Dewitt radiator installed many years ago. It should really improve cooling by increasing flow from 1700 cfm to 2360 cfm lots of air moving around.
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callaway4fun wrote: Wed Apr 14, 2021 9:24 am I just ordered the fan for my car it say direct fit without cutting or splicing of wires .I already have the Dewitt radiator installed many years ago. It should really improve cooling by increasing flow from 1700 cfm to 2360 cfm lots of air moving around.


Is the new fan for the car/radiator, or is it for the storage bubble? :pop
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It is for the car .
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Pete is he pulling your strings again?
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Yes John he is at it again
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