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When most people think of performance they think of more horsepower and faster speed. Unfortunately, one of the by-products of pulling more power from your engine and pushing your car harder on the road and the track, is more heat. Unless this heat is effectively removed, your engine can be reduced to a steaming lump of scrap metal. Along with performance parts for the fuel exhaust, and ignition, you need performance cooling system parts and we have them.




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Coolant Tanks

The coolant recovery system ensures that there is no air in the system, and prevents coolant from spilling onto the ground. Air can cause cooling system components to rust and corrode, and coolant is a mixture of water and antifreeze, which contains ethylene glycol that is harmful to the environment. As coolant circulates through the cooling system, it picks up metal particles, which also contributes to its classification as hazardous material.

Hoses & Clamps

Because every engine exhibits a degree of torque-induced movement in the motor mounts, flexible connections are needed between the engine and the rigidly mounted parts of the cooling system: the radiator, heater core, and expansion tank. These flexible connections are the radiator and heater hoses. To avoid leaks and potential engine damage, these hoses should be inspected regularly and replaced at the manufacturer’s recommended interval.

Radiator Hoses

Because every engine exhibits a degree of torque-induced movement in the motor mounts, flexible connections are needed between the engine and the rigidly mounted parts of the cooling system: the radiator, heater core, and expansion tank. These flexible connections are the radiator and heater hoses. To avoid leaks and potential engine damage, these hoses should be inspected regularly and replaced at the manufacturer’s recommended interval.

Radiators

Radiators are an essential part of the cooling system in any type of automobile. The primary function of the radiator is to sufficiently cool the scalding hot water after it circulates inside the engine. The water and coolant mixture absorbs the heat produced by the motor and circulates into the radiator. The surface area of the radiator ensures maximum surface contact so the water can be cooled before it is pumped back inside the motor. If the radiator in your vehicle is cracked or leaking, take the time to view the aftermarket radiators here at Sam’s Motorsports. We offer the best quality aluminum and OEM radiators at low and discounted prices.

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