Oversized Aluminum Radiator for Cobalt/Ion/G5

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ZZ007 $179.99
Regular price $179.99

ZZPerformance now brings you another great product for your 05+ Cobalt. A must have for those in hot climates or making big HP. 50% thicker core than stock!

Fit the following manual trans cars:

CHEVROLET COBALT (2005 - 2010)
PONTIAC G5 (2007 - 2010)
PONTIAC PURSUIT 2006
SATURN ION (2003 - 2007)

Does not fit the HHR.

ZZPerformance now brings you another great product for your 05+ Cobalt. A must have for those in hot climates or making big HP. 50% thicker core than stock!

Fit the following manual trans cars:

CHEVROLET COBALT (2005 - 2010)
PONTIAC G5 (2007 - 2010)
PONTIAC PURSUIT 2006
SATURN ION (2003 - 2007)

Does not fit the HHR.

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PC
11/12/2018
Peter C.

09 LNF

Works great , fits. Best quality for the $$$

FM
08/12/2018
Fraser M.

Rad

Good welds works well no different in heat stays the same as factory one but all good

FM
08/12/2018
Fraser M.

Rad

Good welds works well no different in heat stays the same as factory one but all good

G
04/15/2018
Guest

Great radiator

The oversized radiator is definitely built with ZZP quality so it has excellent welds and feels sturdy. One minor gripe I had was that the holes in the intercooler mounting tabs were large and open vs the stock which was tapped and accepted the stock bolts. I had to go make studs with bolts and nuts, no biggy, just a quick ride to the hardware store to resolve. Just a FYI if you want a direct bolt-in replacement.

GG
04/15/2018
Guest G.

Great radiator

The oversized radiator is definitely built with ZZP quality so it has excellent welds and feels sturdy. One minor gripe I had was that the holes in the intercooler mounting tabs were large and open vs the stock which was tapped and accepted the stock bolts. I had to go make studs with bolts and nuts, no biggy, just a quick ride to the hardware store to resolve. Just a FYI if you want a direct bolt-in replacement.