It was Spring 2019, and I was on my way to work, dodging cars through traffic on the infamous 91 freeway in Southern California. This was pre-COVID-19, so there were tons of semi trucks and commuters clogging up all six lanes of Calfornia concrete. On my usual +/- 1 hour drive to and from work, the light bulb went off my head…
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.
Bisimoto is a name that needs no introduction when it comes to the Honda scene. For a few years he has branched out and left his personal mark on a few Porsches that managed to make heads turn and spin at SEMA, but he has returned to his roots with this latest build, the Wago-van.
CSF’s last big show of the summer happened a couple of weeks ago in Toronto, Canada. ImportFest, billed as Canada’s “Biggest and Baddest car show”, did not disappoint. To be honest, this is one of the best car show’s in North America that I’ve ever had the chance to attend. Basit (CEO) and the rest of #TeamImportFest really know how to throw a great event. This year was extra special for 2 reasons; It was the 1st time CSF had a display at the show, and it also coincided with the grand opening of their own performance shop, ImportFest Performance that took place the day after the show. Read more…
After going back to the drawing board in the pursuit to make CSF products better, CSF introduces it’s new V3 K-swap radiator (#2850K). The new K-swap v3 radiator is now even more universal and more adjustable to fit in even more configurations for all of your wildest K-Swap dream set-ups. Read more…
It’s about time I put up my blog for The Global Time Attack Super Lap Battle. It was very hectic coming back from SEMA, checking out the Super Lap Battle less than a week after the show, preparing for the PRI show, and let’s not forget about the Thanksgiving holiday. Now that all the dust has settled, time to change gears and dive right into the Super Lap Battle.
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.
One of the best experiences for CSF this year was being involved with Rywire‘s fully built Integra Type R that we debuted in the CSF booth at this past November’s SEMA show. It was our 6th SEMA show, and as we continue to grow, we knew that we had to up our game to stand out at the world’s largest automotive aftermarket trade show. We had no idea that the industry’s response to the car would be so tremendous, culminating in placing in a top ten finish in SEMA’s prestigous “Battle of the Builders” competiton Read more…
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!
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.
The Racing & High Performance Division of CSF Inc. strives to build and engineer the most advanced, efficient, and reliable cooling systems in the world. CSF manufactures a wide variety of sophisticated cooling systems with more than 250 different applications ranging from high performance all-aluminum direct-fit replacement radiators, to complete custom applications for race cars, power sports, off-road, marine, and industrial uses.
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