The completed #CSF911 made its official debut last week at the SEMA Show in Las Vegas. The response from attendees was spectacular and we are honored to have made it to the Top 12 in the SEMA Battle of the Builders competition.
Thank you to all of our amazing partners who helped make this vision a reality – it wouldn’t have been possible without their hard work and amazing talent.
Videos Featuring the #CSF911
Articles Featuring the #CSF911
No Cut Corners: CSF’s SEMA 911 Project
Sept 25th, 2021
If the trend a few years ago was limitless imagination for SEMA-type builds, maybe it’s time for things to shift towards the execution again…Hear me out. We were often left stunned by some of the concepts unveiled at shows and events over the last decade, but so often they remained just that, concepts. These were projects that were created for their sheer initial impact, but rarely had the substance or ability to back things up…
Recognising Greatness With The CSF 911
Nov 2nd, 2021
I have a concern about this car. Actually, not just this car, but a number of cars that have been, or are being built at the moment. This concern is simple, but one that I feel is extraordinarily valid: It’s that not enough people will fully appreciate this car…
Nov 4th, 2021
Every year, as the dust settles from the annual SEMA sEvery time you stomp your way through the halls of the Las Vegas Convention Center during the annual SEMA pilgrimage you’re met with a mixed bag of eye candy. Some builds are incredibly focused, high-level examples of performance clever craftsmanship, while others are wild spectacles pieced together with the intent of hearing “oohs and ahhs” from attendees. Within that mix, there are some gems that can slip right through the cracks if you’re not in the know or simply a victim of sensory overload…
Nov 29th, 2021
Every year, as the dust settles from the annual SEMA show there are a handful of crowd favorites that continue making the rounds on social media and have everyone talking. For SEMA’s 2021 return earlier this month, one of those vehicles is CSF Cooling’s Porsche 911, a high dollar, highly detailed build meshing a classic feel with modern technology and spared no expense. And one of the most interesting and painstakingly executed ingredients to the CSF911 recipe involves the one-off custom work by metal specialist Perry Spring II…
Feb 7th, 2022
Getting any two gearheads to agree on the ultimate driver’s car is a tough proposition. Even within the Porsche fanbase there’s not much agreeing on the best 911 that ever left the factory. For Ravi Dolwani, owner of CSF, builders of heat exchangers for aftermarket and OEM applications, the assembly line was just a starting point…
Feb 27th, 2022
When you have been in the industry as long as we have, frankly it’s pretty hard to impress us. However Ravi Dolwani the head honcho at CSF Radiators has done just that with his wonderful G Body 911. Ravi collaborated with Simo Veharanta of SV Automotive who handled the fabrication and assembly of the car and legendary stylist Jon Sibal who penned the looks of the car. Unlike many stylized Porsches, Ravi’s car has much more than a pretty face. Let’s take a look inside this marvelous machine…
Apr 23rd, 2022
“This car is all about sensation – what you touch and how it feels, the smell of the exhaust, the way it looks, the way it sounds, and the sensation of sitting on luxury French handbags.” Yes, you read that right.
Completed for exhibition at SEMA and built to be his ultimate 911, this is car belongs to Ravi Dolwani of CSF Radiators (@csf_radiators). There wasn’t a detail overlooked in the ten month construction period that Ravi underwent, from finish to fasteners it’s an entirely custom build positioned at the highest echelons of the…
PCA – Panorama
Issue Number: 782
Sema should be pleased that ravi dowani, a 35-year-old porsche enthusiast and founder/director of csf race, a high-performance cooling company based in southern california, took those words to heart. In december 2020, dowani set about building a 911 sc rsr the right way for the 2021 sema show.
Dowani reached out to every vendor he knew and called in a lot of favors. Eventually, he and his partners at sv automotive engineering started with a 1982 sc shell and, from there, reimagined everything.
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