Challytatum your the boss thanks for the replyFor the price they are going for now, not worth it. BTW there was a test done on a HC and the stock rad performs just as well. I bought mine for ~$450 and only reason I bought it is because I hate plastic tanks.
I'm looking at upgrading my radiator to keep the stroker running cool and am not wanting to drop $600+ on an aluminum radiator. Will the 392 radiator install in my R/T chassis? Rockauto offers a Mopar severe duty radiator for my car for ~$350 shipped, but don't know if it's any better or worse...www.challengertalk.comNot sure if I ever posted this but here is a PDF showing what is needed to swap in an aluminum Mishimoto rad made for a 6.2/6.4 into a 5.7. You can buy a rad that fits a 5.7 but where is the fun in that?www.challengertalk.com
Now if you want an inexpensive radiator that is an upgrade from stock, Chizzle1 found one thru rockauto.
I am not able to keep the 426 cool with the stock R/T radiator, in the summer with AC on in traffic it creeps up to 210-215*, 200 when cruising. I have come across an 2010 SRT radiator that I can get, but it doesn't look that much beefier than the R/T model. Comparing it to the radiator I have...www.challengertalk.com