PRI 2016 Spotlight by TURNOLOGY: The Ultimate GT4

By Bilt Racing Service (BRS) & COOLED by CSF

Earlier this month CSF wrapped up the 2016 show season with a final appearance at the PRI show in Indianapolis. This was the 1st display appearance for the Racing & High-Performance Division of CSF at the annual hardcore motorsport trade show. Taking place annually at the Indiana Convention Center in downtown Indianapolis, and with CSF having a unique booth location in the middle of the convention center, we knew that we had to bring something “next-level” to stand out.


Featuring CSF’s world 1st 3-piece all-aluminum radiator cooling system for Porsche 981/991/GT4

CSF teamed up with Midwest Porsche experts and long-time R&D partners, Bilt Racing Service (BRS), to bring the world debut of their new Porsche GT4 race car that is COOLED by CSF’s world debut 3-piece all-aluminum radiator system for GT4.

3-piece system – Left, Right, and Center radiators with all-aluminum end tanks, CNC machined OEM style “Quick-Connect” Fittings and a 2-row CSF core w/ B-Tube Technology

This isn’t just any regular GT4, but arguably the most advanced and well-“Bilt’ GT4 race car in the country. The level of craftsmanship by leading builder and co-owner of BRS, Pawel Bulka, indeed shows through every facet of this race car which is NOT A PORSCHE CLUB SPORT!

The Bilt Racing Service GT4 features a laundry list of exclusive or 1-off parts by BRS like the aggressive spoiler and diffuser that make the back look as menacing as the front

The good guys at TURNOLOGY, by Power Auto Media, were super interested in the new BRS GT4 build and were kind enough to detail all the specs of the vehicle with an in-depth article that is now published and available on-line. Check out what goes into making a reliable and top-of-the-line race car.

STAY COOL!!

Special thanks to Konrad of LN Engineering for the excellent livery design!! Be on the look out for the livery to be available in the upcoming Project Cars 2 video game.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>

*