Frostbite radiators are fabricated using Aircraft quality aluminum, and all tank seams and filler necks are TIG welded for a leak-free performance. Aluminum is naturally more resistant to corrosion and offers better heat dissipation than conventional brass / copper radiators can. Thanks to the high strength aluminum alloy construction, our core tubes are larger, offering more surface area for cooling and maximizing air flow. We’ve also increased the number of fins per sq inch to improve the cooling ability over OEM units.
Are you trying to save some weight and improve your ET? Shed some pounds and gain some ground! Frostbite’s all aluminum construction means it’s up to 30% lighter than a traditional brass/copper unit. Applications include 2, 3, and 4-row configurations for a variety of GM, Ford, Dodge/Chrysler/and Jeep vehicles. From late models all the way back to the 1950’s. We also carry a variety of drop in radiators for the popular LS engine swap vehicles. Current vehicle offerings can be found online at Holley.com with more to come in the future. Frostbite radiators feature Billet Aluminum Filler Necks and even we include a High Performance 16lb. radiator cap and a logo embossed billet cover with each unit. An OEM style Brass Petcock makes for easy draining and less mess. And depending on your application, most radiators come with transmission coolers already in them.
All Frostbite radiators come with polished tanks to give you a custom look right out of the box! We also offer our radiators in a convenient package, complete with shroud and electric cooling fans. Fans and fan shrouds can be purchased individually as well. Want to keep your ride cool, give it Frostbite! To find out if we have a radiator for you? Simply log on at Holley.com, select the Frostbite logo under the brands tab at the top of the page, and search our current offerings.
Frostbite radiators and accessories are available anywhere Holley products are sold!
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