Monthly Archives: March 2012
2 Comments 2012 March 22
Is your car running a little hot in traffic or when you're moving slow? Is your truck or RV running hot when you are towing up a hill during the hot summer months?? Consider adding an auxiliary electric fan to help your primary cooling system.
At slow speeds or while sitting in traffic, you have very little or no ram air coming through the radiator, and typically, the engine is running at a lower rpm, which means the belt-driven fan isn't moving much air either. In some applications, this can cause the engine to run hot or overheat because there isn't enough air moving through the radiator.
Adding an auxiliary electric fan to the front of the radiator can overcome this problem. Continue reading
Comments ON 2012 March 15
Flex-a-lite® is hitting the road during the summer of 2012 to celebrate 50 years of makin' it in the USA! The Flex-a-lite 50th Anniversary Tour will span 50 days with stops at automotive enthusiast events and major product distributors throughout the Midwest.
The tour will be marked by a specially prepared motor home, trailer and 2010 Camaro. The Camaro will feature two of the latest Flex-a-lite products: the Flex-a-fit® direct-fit radiator and direct-fit transmission cooler. The rolling display will be a combination of historical milestones from the company's legacy and its newest products that demonstrate the commitment to performance cooling. Continue reading
Comments ON 2012 March 9
Flex-a-lite® is now shipping its all-new, bolt-in Flex-a-fit® radiator and electric fan combos for the 2010-2011 V8 Camaro. The Camaro is one of the hottest new cars a performance car enthusiast can purchase, and our aluminum radiator and electric fan combination will help keep yours cool as you add performance parts.
This radiator offers three times more cooling surface and twice the core thickness compared to the stock radiator for significantly better cooling. The radiator is all-aluminum and hand welded for better construction than the original composite radiator. Continue reading