Chevy Lumina Radiators
- Metrix® - Aluminum RadiatorStarting at: $118.87$118.87
- Koyo® - Aluminum RadiatorStarting at: $154.62$154.62
- Koyorad® - RadiatorStarting at: $107.68$107.68
- Stant® - OE Type Radiator CapStarting at: $5.05$5.05
- Genuine® - Coolant Level SensorStarting at: $75.35$75.35
- Replace® - RadiatorStarting at: $91.09$91.09
- Spectra Premium® - RadiatorStarting at: $129.47$129.47
- Vista-Pro® - Ready-Rad™ RadiatorStarting at: $112.69$112.69
Posted by Roman G.
"Got this fan to replace an engine powered unit in a project car to give myself a few extra horses and relieve some of the strain on the old water pump bearings. I originally was going to buy a no-name version but after some internet research I decided that the Flex-a-lite would be worth the extra few bucks. This fan draws a good number of CFM."
Posted by Steve L.
"I was unsure initially as it required a water line. However, it is quite easy to set up. I use the defrost outlet on the side to defrost. I think that is a really clever solution. Shuts tight when there is no hose connected and can hook up a hose when I need to defrost. Compact, rugged and very well designed."
Posted by Adnan S.
"I had a single electric electric fan on my 1979 Vette (Moderate Build Street and Strip). Temperatures had previously reached around 260 degrees during heavy acceleration and in stop-and-go traffic. After I've installed the dual Jetstreme with temp switch, the car warms up quickly to 200 and cools back down to 180 right away as soon as the fans are activated."
Posted by Andy F.
"I've installed it on my '78 Malibu with a LS1 in it. Easy install, and fit the radiator just right. Drilled 4 holes, bolted it in, connected wires to the computer wires. Was a snap."
Posted by Paul S.
"Wasn't expecting much for the price, but it's not that bad; But a nice addition instead of black."