I just put a honda radiator into my 1990 ford mustang 5.0 will that radiator be big enough for this larger engine

Asked by Oct 08, 2014 at 08:40 PM about the 1990 Ford Mustang

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25,775

uh no, it needs the stock or better otherwise the motor may overheat.

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26,595

"Bigger engine" and "smaller radiator" = recipe for disaster.

35,405

What ever where you thinking? A lot of work for nothing.

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