The grill used here is from Alumicraft Street Rod Grilles and will be set into Brookville's
With a motor as hot as the Gen III it's necessary to make sure it stays cool under
all running conditions. To handle that job we chose a Walker
Radiator Works Cobra Z radiator. This bad boy can pump fifty-five
gallons of coolant a minute. Combined with a Cooling Components electric fan and shroud that moves
2,700 cubic feet of air per minute--this LS6 will stay frosty when the heat
get turned up.
Phil and Mark try to get the grill and cowl to fit together.
It doesn't matter how well they're made, it's alwyas a strugle to get them
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