What seemed like a big fan is actually quite small!
They’ve done a nice job on the welding, here the inlet and small pipe back to the header tank.
Drain plug, will be useful for drain the system. We will no longer need to take a hose off to drain it.
Mounted in the car.
The oil cooler needed relocated and the oil pipes running round the front of the chassis cross member.
This time we’ve mounted the oil cooler so it looks like it is sitting in the middle of hole at the front. It’s actually off to one side slightly in relatation to the chassis.
Here you can see the 90 degree oil unions in place, these allow the pipe to take a sharp turn around the chassis cross member.
The fit is very very tight, so tight that the top corners of the rad got a little make over with a bodywork hammer. The rad now just clears the cone when it is installed on the car.
The new pipe assembly now mirror the donor car. The top pipe has a joiner and the small pipe that take any trapped air away is now attached to the radiator.
A much cleaner look. The small pipe is just long long enough to fit in the new location.