Well I already bought the PWR, but I just wanted some reassurance and wanted some realistic expectations. The deal was to good to pass up.
I will say this, for all of the great things I've heard about the fluidyne, I'm not a huge fan of their marketing statement about their radiator for the SCC community
Here is their marketing offering for the SCC radiator:
Looking good is as important as going fast. Replacing your stock radiator with FLUIDYNE's highly polished, all-aluminum radiator will enhance any engine compartment and score points with the judges or ... whoever! Whether your look is chromed, anodized or color-matched, our radiators will make the view under the hood "Racey and High-Tech
And this is what PWR says:
As your engine makes power it also makes heat. PWR's radiators feature all aluminum construction including end tanks and cores. They are thicker than the stock radiators but are designed to be a direct fit including usage of the stock fans. This means better heat transfer, cooler, and more consistent temperatures. If you plan to race your car at all, drag race or road race, then upgrading your cooling system is a must! When turning up the boost on a turbo car or maximizing your all-motor set up, a PWR radiator will keep your coolant temperatures in check. Polished aluminum makes them nice to look at also
I mean from a performance perspective, which would you buy? I just wanted to hear from anyone who could possibly let me know any real life issues with the PWR.