A Japanese Giant of the 1990s
March 25, 2015 >> By: The COOL Guy >> Comments
Japanese sports cars of the 1990s now have an entire generation of enthusiasts. The cars have changed over the years, but their feeling always has been the same. Each generation has automobiles it dreams of buying, and Japanese sports cars will be in big demand in the collectible car market. But the one thing different about this group is what they dream of doing with their cars. They want to fit high-end tuning gear, turbo upgrades, rare body parts, and oversize wheels. They started the tuning movement in the 1990s. One of them, Jim Pan, started modifying Japanese cars back in 1991. In the following years, Jim moved towards European cars. He founded a club called TWCompetition involved in racing rebuilds of BMW M3s, AMG-Mercedes, and a twin turbocharged Ferrari 360.
Media Pros Rely on CSF to Keep Cool
October 5, 2014 >> By: The COOL Guy >> Comments
The Scion Tuner Challenge 2014 is well underway with exactly one month left before the debut of 3 fully built Scion FR-S at the SEMA show in Las Vegas, Nevada on November 4th. Every year Scion likes to mix up the format of their annual builder’s competition. This year they have decided to work with 3 media companies representing different mediums of media to see who can build the best FR-S. CSF has been called upon to be the cooling supplier for two of the three teams that have been selected to compete, Speedhunters.com and the GT Channel representing Internet and video respectively.
It Doesn't Get Any Bigger Than This!
July 7, 2014 >> By: The COOL Guy >> Comments
World famous Porsche Tuners SharkWerks have installed CSF’s 997 Porsche GT3 3-piece cooling package on their infamous 4.1L GT3RS build, and are now an authorized dealer of CSF’s industry leading all-aluminum Porsche radiators. Northern California Porsche tuning specialist, Sharkwerks, have been all over the web and published press with their wild Riviera blue and orange 4.1L GT3RS pushing 540 horsepower that some say is the best Porsche ever built! Check out all the great information on this amazing vehicle below:
Liberty Walk has no qualms about cutting up new, six-figure exotic sport cars to restyle their bodies. Their latest creative remake is their first ever Liberty Walk Porsche, the product of a collaboration among BBI Autosport, CSF Cooling, and Liberty Walk for the 2014 Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) Show to prove that Liberty Walk cars can impress with performance as well as appearance. The Porsche 997 was perfect for the collaboration. BBI builds and tunes some of the fastest, and the 997 is the latest high-end European sports car to get the LW treatment. Add CSF racing for cooling support for a splendid construction.
Canada’s CSCS Season Finale
October 1, 2014 >> By: The COOL Guy >> Comments
It’s about time that I finally made it out to check out what a CSCS event is all about. While visiting CSF’s distribution facility in Toronto last week, I was able to attend the final round of the 2014 Canadian Sports Car Championship Series (CSCS). Based out of Ontario, Canada, this series has amassed quite a following from all over the country’s most populated province. The top levels of competition hold their own with drivers also traveling north from New York and Michigan, to compete in the Time Attack, drag racing, and drifting events of CSCS. Also included in this last event was the car show component that brought out quite a crowd to enjoy the perfect fall weather at the Toronto Motorsports Park in Cayuga Falls, Ontario.
Better Late Than Never
September 30, 2014 >> By: The COOL Guy >> Comments
I just had to do it!! I couldn’t resist not sharing my 1st experience from the West Coast Bimmerfest 2014 held back in May at the Rose Bowl in sunny Pasadena, California. Like a young boy going to his first “dance”, I had no idea what to expect, but when looking back on the event, I was dame sure excited to go!
Meeting the Driver and Adding Some Style
April 2, 2014 >> By: The COOL Guy >> Comments
I can’t believe the 1st quarter of 2014 is already over… Just like that we’re now coming up on the California Festival of Speed this weekend. We’ve been getting things all lined up for our title sponsorship role, and to display our full line of Porsche cooling systems, including the world debut of our new 996/997 Turbo radiators.
We’ve been working closely with event organizer Martin Lipp, and he really came through with helping us a CSF lead car for the event. What happened next was a true blessing for CSF.
CSF Explores The Original Cars and Coffee Meet
March 29, 2014 >> By: The COOL Guy >> Comments
It had been a long long time since I last attended the Irvine Cars and Coffee meet. I’m the last thing from an early riser morning person so the last time I think that I had attended was when it used to be at the Crystal Court shopping plaza over 5 years ago. Being that the new CSF Porsche 911 Turbo S race car was going to be making it’s debut, I decided to have an early night on Friday in order to be able to wake up and be fresh for my 1st real Cars&Coffee experience.Read more…
Slammed, dropped, tucked, poke, stretched, rolled, and bagged…These are all terms of the “low life”, the slammed society culture. I’m fully aware of the scene that is ever so present in today’s tuning scene, but foreign to me being that I’m more of a performance orientated car enthusiast… However, being that I’m currently back in California now, the chance to be able to check out my first Illest Slammed Sundays experience was something that I had to jump on about a week ago during the middle of March.
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