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Race Ready Mazda MX-5 Miata ND Radiator

Triple-Pass design to keep you COOL

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CSF is proud to release it’s best in class Mazda Miata ND all-aluminum triple-pass radiator. Just in time for spring & summer track season! The Mazda Miata is one of the world’s most popular roadsters of all time, and one of the most raced production cars in the world. Many track enthusiasts select a Mazda Miata as their weapon of choice because of its on track abilities, easiness to modify, and its long lasting affordability. The new 4th generation Mazda Miata (ND) was one of the most highly anticipated models in it’s class. It shares the Alfa Romero Spider chassis which gives the ND a more sleek and sophisticated design, yet it still has that true motoring edge with a lighter body and enhanced performance (weight distribution 53/47 % front/rear).

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Japanese Classic Car Show: The Twelfth Year

CSF Attends Another Classic Event

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As the sun rose on the twelfth Japanese Classic Car Show you could hear the engines rev and the braaps of the rotaries while they anxiously wait to roll in. You couldn’t ask for a better backdrop than the iconic Queen Mary and the stunning views of the Long Beach Harbor. Since our booth was right at the entrance, I had a front row seat to the roll-in while setting up. It took me a little longer to set up because I couldn’t help but check out the rides as they came by, but it was well worth it.

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CSF announces The “O” Series

All-aluminum radiators w/ built-in oil coolers

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It’s been a productive 2015 year for CSF’s Racing & High Performance division, and one of our most innovative product lines so far has been our innovative “O” Series line of race-spec all-aluminum radiators with built-in oil coolers!

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Rocket Bunny Mazda RX-7

Rocket Bunny Mazda RX-7: Riding with the King

A Japanese Giant of the 1990s

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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.

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