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CSF COOLS the New 6.7L Turbo Diesel Dodge Ram

Bring on the BOOST!

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CSF announces the all-new heavy duty Charge-Air-Cooler for the 2013-2017 Dodge Ram 6.7L Cummins Turbo Diesel truck (2500/3500 series)(CSF# 6076). For those that tow heavy loads to those boost junkies who love rollin’ coal, keeping your intake-air temperature cool will maintain engine efficiency and lead to an increase in horsepower. The general rule of thumb, decreasing intake air temperatures will increase horsepower! An increase in PSI equates to an increase in horsepower.All the hot air coming from the turbo needs to be cooled before entering the intake manifold to improve combustion, engine efficiency, and can also result in better fuel economy. CSF 6076 is your source for the all-new heavy duty Charge-Air-Cooler to keep your Ram COOL!

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How the Great White North Does It

Canada’s CSCS Season Finale

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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.

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