CSF and RK Autowerks With Another World Exclusive
December 17, 2020
CSF is proud to release the world’s first and industry exclusive BMW F90 M5/F92 M8 High-Performance Charge Coolers – developed alongside long-time R&D partners RK Autowerks.
Classic Style Meets Modern Technology
September 22, 2020
CSF is proud to announce the release of its highly anticipated Porsche 911/930 Turbo right fender oil cooler. CSF’s new release brings OEM tier-1 quality, innovative features, and value to the platform’s replacement and performance aftermarket (directly replaces OEM part number 930 207 053 02 and 930 207 053 04).
CSF's All-Aluminum Dual Fluid Oil Cooler w/ SPAL Fan
September 14, 2020
The revolutionary dual-fluid oil cooler from CSF is the most versatile oil cooler on the market. Its universal-fit design makes it an ideal choice for all types of racing, drifting, as well as marine, sand sports applications and everything in-between.
Get ready to go off-road and STAY COOL!
August 17, 2020
*** Product Update – August 2020 ***
In an effort to continue to expand CSF’s off-road product lineup, we have redesigned the existing 2nd generation Toyota Tacoma to now fit the 3rd generation. As of August 2020, the new version (CSF part number 7092), includes a bushing adapter kit, allowing for a drop-in fit for both 2nd and 3rd gen. Tacomas.
See how the bushing adapter kit works here.
Industry’s First Multi-Fit Design
- Now Fits:
- 2016+ 3.5L & 2.7L Toyota Tacoma
- 2005-2015 4.0L & 2.7L Toyota Tacoma
- MSRP/MAP Pricing: $449.00 USD
- This Product (Now CSF #7092) Supersedes CSF #7082
August 8th - Pocono Raceway, PA
July 7, 2020
This August, CSF is attending the MPACT show for the first time ever.
To kick off the event as the official cooling sponsor, we’re offering up three ride-alongs in the CSF x Tyspeed Pikes Peak competing M2. If you’re attending, head over to either CSF or MPACT’s Instagram to enter.
The Ultimate All-Aluminum High-Performance Radiator from CSF and 928 International
May 19, 2020
The Porsche 928 was intended to replace the 911 when it was introduced in the late 70’s – think of how things would be today if that were the case…
The 911 has carried the torch for Porsche and continues to live strong until this day. However, during the 928’s short-lived time, it still stirred the pot and gave Porsche engineers a blank canvas to design this car from the ground up. The design was ahead of its time and, if it were released today, it would likely give the 911 a run for its money.