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This is a discussion on radiator cooling plates within the New Member Hangout forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; Trying to find out what one would be better, either the carbon fiber cooling plate or the metal cooling plate? ...

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    radiator cooling plates

    Trying to find out what one would be better, either the carbon fiber cooling plate or the metal cooling plate? Not so much concering weight but more toward the heat factor.

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    I'd say they are probably both pretty similiar on the heat issue. I've used the Perrin shroud on both my WRXs. Happy modding.
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    They all weigh just a few ounces anyways. Pick whichever one you want.

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