As the “Holy poop, we’ve got to get this thing done!” date for UA2018 rapidly approached, lots of things happened. To cool the R2.8, we fitted a factory-replacement Range Rover brass radiator from RockAuto.com. Then we pushed the radiator back as far as possible, leaving clearance for a 17-inch reverse-rotation steel Silver Race Fan from Flex-a-Lite and using an adapter to mount it to the R2.8’s water pump from our friend Marc Terrien. To move the radiator, we drilled new holes for the radiator about 3 inches back from the factory position and built extensions for the upper radiator mounts. These radiators are held in place with two stems (like fingers) that point down to fit in rubber grommets that sink into the front crossmember. Up top are some fingers (pointing up) that are grabbed by brackets isolating the radiator with some rubber grommets. Pretty ingenious, Brits!