Radiators

  1. How can I be sure that the inlet and outlet holes for my radiator match up with my engine?
  2. How are PRC aluminum radiators constructed?

Q: How can I be sure that the inlet and outlet holes for my radiator match up with my engine?

If you are ordering a PRC radiator for a Chevy, the default or standard location and size of the inlet hole is center top at 1 1/2" and the outlet hole is passenger side bottom at 1 3/4". You should always check your set-up to make sure this will work. If your engine is different than a SBC or BBC you must let us know so that we can get you the radiator that will fit your needs. Likewise, if your vehicle is a Ford, you must let us know what engine you are using. We have a radiator specification form that you can follow and fill out for any special modifications or needs. Look for it on our HOME PAGE in the left column under MORE!

Q: How are PRC aluminum radiators constructed?

PRC Aluminum Radiators are constructed of 100% Aluminum, 100% Tig Welded, and 100% Pressure Tested. Absolutely NO epoxy is used in their construction! PRC uses furnace-brazed cores constructed of 2 rows of 1” tubes which will give you the unmatched cooling that you desire. PRC’s unique universal mounting brackets make for a wide range of adjustments and easy installation.