Mishimoto Chevrolet Corvette 3-Row Performance Aluminum Radiator, 1977–1983



  • All-aluminum construction with durable, TIG-welded end tanks
  • Features an internal transmission cooler to provide optimal fluid temperatures for automatic trans
  • 3-row core
  • Increased coolant capacity and superior heat dissipation
  • Billet aluminum fill neck

4 in stock (can be backordered)

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Are you looking to upgrade your Corvette parts? Look no further! The Mishimoto 1977–1983 Chevrolet Corvette X-Line Performance Aluminum Radiator is an ideal upgrade for the brittle stock Corvette radiator, and provides your Corvette C3 with enhanced reliability and improved cooling efficiency. Whether you use your 1980 Corvette as a daily driver or take your 1978 Corvette down to the track on the weekends, many people overlook the importance of installing an upgraded radiator in their engine. A stock Corvette radiator cannot handle the heat that comes along with having a great deal of horsepower. The Mishimoto Chevrolet Corvette X-Line Aluminum Radiator is manufactured using durable aircraft-quality aluminum end tanks, precision TIG-welded to an efficient brazed aluminum core. The inlet and outlets provide precise leak-free connections. This performance aluminum radiator also includes a Magnetic Drain Plug, which effectively removes metal fragments circulating in the cooling system. As with all our products, this Corvette radiator includes the Mishimoto Lifetime Warranty, ensuring superior product quality and craftsmanship.

Additional Attributes:

GTIN: 00748354020823
Color: Silver
Finish: Polished
Installation Difficulty: 3
Material: Aluminum
Prop 65 – Short Label: prop65_warning.jpg
Prop 65 (C, R or CR): CR
Prop 65 Yes/No: Yes


Quantity of Each: 1
Package UOM: EA

Additional information

Weight24 lbs
Dimensions35 × 9 × 23 in


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