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
Keep Your Cool On and Off-Road
March 25, 2020
Throughout the last decade, the CSF High-Performance brand has made its name in the motorsports world, but many will be shocked to find out that CSF’s roots actually come from the heavy-duty and off-road world of copper/brass radiators. Since the ‘70s CSF has sold tens of thousands of H.D. Toyota radiators dating back to 3rd gen Landcruisers and FJ40s. We’re bringing it back full circle in 2020, with a renewed focus on our off-road line of heavy-duty performance radiators, especially for Toyota Trucks and SUVs.
Introducing a Strategic Partnership Between the World’s Two Most Premier Cooling Manufacturers
March 10, 2020
It wasn’t easy, but it was bound to happen… the professional motorsports pedigree and advanced engineering of PWR, combined with the tier-1 OEM supplier qualifications and global distribution of CSF. After two years of meetings, countless visits by both companies, and endless late-night phone calls and emails to communicate from Los Angeles to Australia, the 1st of what is to be many collaborations is now available.
Cooled by CSF, Straight from the Factory
March 5, 2020
Big news flooded the car scene back in 2017. For Honda fans, it was huge. The United States was getting its first ever Honda Civic Type R.
For decades, die-hard Honda fans have been importing Type R vehicles, parts, and other components. The company’s high-performance roots are unlike any other, and have been survived by a group of true “grassroots” enthusiasts since the Integra Type R – until the return of the NSX and release of the CTR.
COOLED by CSF
March 2, 2020
The sound of a V8’s cold start, the satisfying feeling of a perfectly rev-matched downshift, or banging off a car’s rev limiter, sliding through a corner – all things that cannot be fully experienced without the internal combustion engine.
Old Italians Get The Ultimate High-Performance Radiator
August 9, 2019
The Fiat X1/9 is a two-seater, targa top, small Italian sports car with a mid-engine configuration pumping out 74 horse-power. The X1/9 was hot during its prime in the ’70s and ’80s, a “go-to” choice for young sports car enthusiasts. Popularity quickly grew as the vehicle performed extraordinarily well in slalom and hill climb races. Originally designed by car manufacturer Bertone, it was initially made as a Fiat model until 1982. Fiat then handed production of the car back to Bertone, who continued to produce the compact sports car until 1989. They have not been forgotten and are still quite the classic collectible car for automotive enthusiasts. For those still enjoying their X1/9 for track use, weekend cruising, or even daily driving, maintaining the vehicle with adequate cooling is key to having these classic cars stay on the road. More and more OEM copper/brass radiators are failing, leaving owners scrambling for a reliable replacement. Until now, most (if not all) after-market options available are not built to a high standard, and often prematurely fail after only a few years, some failing within a few months after install.
Because of the lack of a high-quality aftermarket radiator available, “The Cooling Experts” at CSF were called upon by Italian classic car aficionados Midwest-Bayless, to address this problem and collaborated to produce the ultimate high-performance all-aluminum replacement radiator for Fiat X1/9
CSF COOLS the best in SHOW BIZ
August 6, 2019
Summer is in full effect and not only is it the busiest time of the year for us here at CSF, but it’s the peak of the car show season. From the cars and coffee weekly meetups and the countless car shows taking place in the summer heat, it’s finally good to be indoors with the AC on blast. Spocom 2019 was a huge success, CSF brought the RUF 996 RTurbo Porsche and the S55 swapped BMW E30 to stage at our booth, both cars rolling in with the radiator fans blasting after just finishing a shoot with Matt Farah’s Smoking Tire, One-Take, check out the video HERE. This year’s show took place in a larger section at the Anaheim Convention Center compared to the previous years. I would think the spacing would be a bit more spread out due to the space, but I was wrong. They took advantage of the extra space and filled every nook and cranny.
The Ultimate Replacement Radiator For The R129 V8
July 30, 2019
CSF is proud to introduce another industry exclusive to its growing line of “Classic Series” radiators. An All Aluminum Replacement Radiator, yet still high performance, for the Mercedes Benz R129 SL500 5.0L V8 – CSF#8057. These over-engineered German sports cars from the ’90s were technically advanced for their time, and have now entered the “collectible” realm of car enthusiasts across the globe. With fitment spanning a 12-year range from 1990-2002, and some of these early model vehicles now nearing close to 30 years old, the factory radiators with plastic end-tanks need to be replaced.
Practice & Race Day - Keeping Cool Under Pressure
July 25, 2019
Click to read part 1 of the blog – Preparation and tech inspection
The Pikes Peak International Hill Climb is held on a public roadway, so for drivers to get any kind of course practice in, they had to do it between the hours of 5:30am and 8:30am for four days when the road is temporarily closed. Racing at 5:30am means waking up at 2am every morning and prepping the race car so it’s ready to rip right as the public roads are cleared. This also makes it difficult to dial in the cars with dewy asphalt and colder temperatures compared to race day where drivers begin to climb the hill mid day.
2 years of development to take on the most challenging race in N. America
July 15, 2019
The Pikes Peak International Hill Climb (PPIHC) is the second oldest motor race in the United States behind only the Indianapolis 500 with the first race in 1916. It holds an immense honor behind its name, being one of the most challenging hill climbs in the world, and it goes almost year after year, taking the lives of some of the most elite racers. It takes place every summer in the mountains of Colorado, as drivers and riders race for the fastest times going up 12.5 miles, 156 turns and speeding over ridge crests to make it to the summit of Pikes Peak where the finish line awaits. The 2019 Pikes Peak International Hill Climb race-day was set for June 30th and featured the CSF F87 M2 Club Racer V.2 from BMW R&D partner Tyspeed, piloted by none other than Tyler Pappas.