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How are the alum radiators larger/heavier than stock if they are an OEM replacement?  Not only that but my understanding is that an Aluminum radiator is much more efficient (at removing heat) due to construction of a comparable OEM radiator.  If you say it's heavier because it has more tubes...that's a bad thing if you're overheating on the stock radiator (and looking to solve that problem)?  For what it's worth I run an OEM radiator and I do agree ducting is extremely important at keeping the temps down...but I wouldn't hesitate to run an aluminum rad either.  But again...ducting ducting ducting. 

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