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FVP RAD700  
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FVP RAD700 Specifications
Height15 7/8"
Width19 1/8"
Depth1 1/4"
Inlet1 3/8"
Outlet1 3/8"
Trans Oil Cooler9 3/4"
Engine Oil CoolerNo
Top Header2 1/4" X 19 7/8"
Bottom Header2 1/8" X 19 5/8"
Features & Benefits:
  • Components are fitted and torqued in place to factory specifications for OE performance and quality
  • Premium grade tubes, fins, headers, tanks, and other components are used for improved durability
  • Engineering enhancements provide improved cooling and longer life cycle
    • Enhanced units with more fins per inch, thicker cores and larger transmission coolers overcome the added heat associated with high mileage vehicles
  • All necessary fittings or hardware are included (where pictured) for easy, drop-in installation
Service Tip: If you are experiencing unexplained or reoccurring radiator core leaks, or notice dark spots on your failed radiator core, test your coolant for Electrolysis. If detected, correct the source of the problem before replacing your failed radiator to prevent repeat failure.
FVP's Testing Process
  • Cycle testing - flowing preheated fluid through the unit as the pressure is raised and decreased to imitate driving conditions a minimum of 30,000 cycles.
  • Vibration testing - used to simulate pot holes, curbs and off-road use.
  • Burst testing - the gradual increase of pressure until the unit fails pointing out the weakest area of the unit.
  • Environmental testing - salt and chemical spray imitating road conditions found driving during winter and coastal conditions.
Cooling System Maintenance | Tips & Tools

Without regular maintenance, cooling system components will degrade and fail prematurely, which can lead to costly engine damage. Protect your engine with simple preventative maintenance:

  • Completely drain and flush the system using Cooling System Flush prior to installation. Flushing the system is critical to prevent system contamination and failure.
  • Consider replacing the Radiator Hoses (and Hose Clamps), Thermostat and Radiator Cap as part of routine preventative maintenance. System contamination can cause these parts to degrade and fail over time, which can lead to severe engine damage from overheating.
  • Refill radiator with fresh Coolant / Antifreeze according to the volume and formula specified in your Owner's Manual. Inspect levels and condition every year.
OEM / Interchange Numbers: MB007580, MB007581, MB008171, MB008172, MB222036, MB222037, MB356076, MB356387, MB356419

Warranty Information:
Limited Lifetime