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What’s Your Favorite Flex-a-lite New Product?

2013 March 7
by admin

New products are always exciting! We have had a great response to the latest products that we introduced at SEMA, and now all of these new products are in production and ready to ship!

What’s new for this year? We expanded our line of direct-fit Flex-a-fit® aluminum radiators and electric fan combinations to cover some very popular vehicles. One that we’re very excited to offer fits the ’87-’01 Jeep Cherokee (XJ). People have asked us for a cooling solution for this application at nearly every off-road and 4×4 show we’ve attended in the recent past, and we heard them! The original radiator is short and wide, so it took some creativity from our engineers to design one that will bolt in without any drilling and provide good cooling. We packaged it with three electric fans to provide 2,400 cfm of airflow.

If you own a ’99-’12 full-size GM truck or SUV, we now offer a bolt-in radiator and electric fan for your vehicle too. And that includes quite a range of vehicles:

Cadillac Chevrolet GMC Hummer
Escalade ESV Avalanche Yukon H2
EXT Suburban Yukon XL
TahoeSilverado C/K 1500/2500/3500 pickup trucks Sierra C/K 1500/2500/3500 pickup trucks

We didn’t forget about performance cars this year. We’re now shipping a great performance cooling upgrade for owners of ’70-’81 Camaros. This radiator comes with a dual-electric fan setup pre-mounted, delivering 3,000 cfm of airflow. We also now make a drop-in radiator and electric fan combo for the ’68-’81 Corvette (C3). In fact, we had Jeff Blue’s brilliant red Corvette in our display at SEMA, showing off this new product.

All of these applications replace the belt-driven fan (when you choose our radiator with the electric fan pre-mounted), providing an improvement in power delivered to the wheels and an increase in fuel economy.

We also developed direct-fit auxiliary transmission coolers for these applications. Performance cooling doesn’t get much easier than this. See these and all of our products at

You can also learn more about how the patented Flex-a-fit radiator technology works by clicking here.

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