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The Terrible Tims

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Post Identify the fitting
I've had the radiator I am going to fit to the Coupe for a while now, but I'm still yet to find out what which car it came from, or what type of thermostat was fitted. I've taken a few photos. If anyone can shed any light on it, then please let me know.

http://i89.photobucket.com/albums/k221/codd_coupe/radiator/DSC00900.jpg
http://i89.photobucket.com/albums/k221/codd_coupe/radiator/DSC01073.jpg
http://i89.photobucket.com/albums/k221/codd_coupe/radiator/DSC01074.jpg

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Wed Jul 30, 2008 1:46 pm
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Post Re: Identify the fitting
im reckoning the code on the side is the plastic type, and percentage of fibres, and not the part number, im hoping im wrong but looks familiar and when typed into google i get plastics.

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Post Re: Identify the fitting
Tim
A full frontal may help :D (of the radiator, not you :lol: )

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Post Re: Identify the fitting
Neil, I sussed out that the number was the plastic that was used, the photos were more of the thermostat hole, rather than the numbers.

I've added some more pictures of the serial number and a full frontal for Tim. :shock: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

I've also throw a rear shot :P :roll:

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Post Re: Identify the fitting
after a little detective work im thinking

AUSTI - MAESTRO (XC) - 1.6
03.83-10.84 -06.84 59 80
1598


AUSTI - MAESTRO (XC) - 1.6 Mayfair HLS
03.83-08.90 - 61 83
1598


AUSTI - MAESTRO (XC) - 1.6 MG
03.83-08.85 - 72 98
1598


AUSTI - MAESTRO (XC) - 1.6 MG
03.83-08.90 - 73 99
1598


AUSTI - MONTEGO (XE) - 1.6 LS,HL
04.84-08.88 05.84- 61 83
1598


AUSTI - MONTEGO (XE) - 2.0 Mayfair
04.84-08.88 05.84- 83 113
1994


AUSTI - MONTEGO (XE) - 2.0 Turbo
04.84-08.88 05.84-12.86 110 150
1994


AUSTI - MONTEGO Estate (XE) - 1.6 LS
10.84-08.88 - 61 83
1598


AUSTI - MONTEGO Estate (XE) - 2.0
10.84-08.91 - 74 101
1994


AUSTI - MONTEGO Estate (XE) - 2.0 HLI
10.84-08.88 - 83 113
1994


MG - MAESTRO - 1600
03.83-09.84 - 76 104
1598


ROVER - MAESTRO - 1.6
09.90-01.95 -12.92 63 86
1598


from the valeo site
Superseded by: 730175
Thickness/Strength: 34 mm, Width: 285 mm, Height: 500 mm

and from their picture you have the rad upside down :P

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Thu Jul 31, 2008 8:09 pm
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Post Re: Identify the fitting
Nice work Neil.

I'll see if I can get one now I know where it comes from.

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Post Re: Identify the fitting
Tim Rowe (1130) wrote:
Neil, I sussed out that the number was the plastic that was used, the photos were more of the thermostat hole, rather than the numbers.

I've added some more pictures of the serial number and a full frontal for Tim. :shock: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

I've also throw a rear shot :P :roll:



Rear shot? Looks more like a belly and feet shot to me :) :)
(can't spell stomach proper)

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Post Re: Identify the fitting
Ordered one though flea bay this morning.

At least from the figures for the montego, I know that the radiator is good for 150bhp, if it was fitted to the 2.0l turbo engine.

Should be perfect for my little 1.3T!!!!

Not a bad radiator for £15 was it. :D

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Post Re: Identify the fitting
If anyones looking for a good radiator to use, I've used a Golf GTi radiator on mine, you have to play with the pipes a bit but it fits neatly under the bonnet, and should be plently to keep it cold. I'm actually finding it hard to get mine to get over 170 deg F not bad seeing its a 1430 monster.


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