ATS Aluminum Radiator


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ATS Aluminum Radiator
ATS Aluminum Radiator
ATS Aluminum Radiator

ZZPerformance is proud to offer the very first 100% aluminum radiator for the Cadillac ATS. GM has continued to use plastic end tanks on their radiators, and with time those end tanks will eventually crack and fail. This fully aluminum radiator will dissipate heat faster, looks better, and has more advanced cooling properties. Installs like factory, with no modifications needed. Re-uses stock fans and sensors, and transmission line fittings are included. 

Fits 2013-2016 ATS 2.0L, and 3.6L. Also fits 2014-2015 Cadillac CTS 2.0, and 3.6. May fit 2017-Present ATS, however we have not confirmed fitment. Will bolt up to 2.5 cars, however only the 2.5 has a provision for a coolant sensor that our radiator does not have. 

ATS Aluminum Radiator
ATS Aluminum Radiator
ATS Aluminum Radiator
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Blake D.
United States United States
Must have for driving in hot conditions

Bought this with the stage 2 kit. ZZP makes it super easy, did the intercooler and radiator at the same time, I highly recommend to do them together.

Anthony M.
United States United States
Zzp aluminum radiator

I had a great experience with my first ZZP purchase. Shipping was timely, and the items overall for and finish is excellent. This radiator is 100% aluminum, unlike the OEM with the plastic tank on the side, which are known to fail.

ZZPerformance ATS Aluminum Radiator Review
Kevin G.
United States United States
Ordered the Radiator for my LT1 swapped ATS

Works great! Shameless plug IG: Kevin.RSI

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