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AFCO 99-04 Lightning/Harley Davidson PRO Series Double Pass Heat Exchanger (Polished)

SKU: AFC-80249NZ

Manufacturer: AFCO

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AFCO 99-04 Lightning/Harley Davidson PRO Series Double Pass Heat Exchanger (Polished)

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AFCO 99-04 Lightning/Harley Davidson PRO Series Double Pass Heat Exchanger (Polished)

Lethal Performance now offers the newest in cooling modifications from AFCO. The all new Pro Series Double Pass Heat Exchanger for the 99-04 SVT Lightning and 02-03 Harley Davidson Truck. The PRO SERIES is over twice the thickness of the stock unit and with dimensions of 8 3/4 x 26 3/8 it makes itself the largest most effective Heat Exchanger on the market..

AFCO PRO SERIES Features:

  • All new double pass design utilizes a 360 degree welded baffle preventing any internal coolant bypass.
  • Forces coolant through the top half of the heat exchanger and then the bottom half dissipating the heat twice.
  • Provides a cooler, more stable coolant temperature
  • Benefit either on the track or the street by running your engine at cooler temps allowing more power to be made and not lost due to heat soak.



Additional AFCO Heat Exchangers Features:

  • Fully fabricated from light weight aluminum
  • 16 Fins Per Inch Core, more airflow to provide better cooling
  • Furnace Brazed eliminating sealing problems and need for epoxy
  • Individually designed for each vehicle to produce maximum efficiency
  • Includes all the necessary hardware for easy installation
  • 1/2" NPT fitting for drain back
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  • Harley Davidson F150 2002,2003
  • SVT Lightning 1999,2000,2001,2002,2003,2004