I don't think so, and don't be deceived. Sometimes 'more' is not better. More cores obstruct air flow. Air is a fluid as well. Your cooling system depends on ALL free-flowing fluids in order to exchange heat efficiently.
The OEM radiators were copper and brass. They conduct heat four times faster than aluminum. A factor of four is huge. If you have a copper radiator and the price of an aluminum is close to a re-core, always do the re-core.
Copper and brass can be repaired more easily than aluminum. - Dave