New CSF Miata Radiators

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New CSF Miata Radiators

Postby Brian » Tue Oct 07, 2014 1:43 pm

We got one NC application unit to test fit....and we were blown away at the precision of the welds and fit, quality of the brackets and fin work, nicely done units! Some of their spec info below.



"B-Tube" technology - Unlike a regular oval shape "O" type radiator

tube, CSF uses a specially engineered tube in a shape of a "B".

These "B-tubes" are carefully formed and then brazed over the

seam to seal. CSF is able to use thinner and lighter aluminum

material (better cooling efficiency) because this design is actually

stronger than normal "O" shape tubes that are welded.

The design (inlet in the middle of tube that is seam brazed)

increases the heat transfer surface area of the tube by

approximately 15% over regular tubes. You get the efficiency of

2 smaller tubes vs. 1 large tube within the same space criteria.

With "B-tubes" you are able to get "dual liquid laminar flow."

The tubes are made from aircraft grade special clad aluminum

and are intricately formed on our high precision 6-stage tube-
forming mill. No other aftermarket radiator manufacturer uses

this technology. This technology raises the bar and sets the

standard for high performance radiator cores.
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Re: New CSF Miata Radiators

Postby Brian » Tue Oct 07, 2014 1:56 pm

Pics of NA/NB application
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Re: New CSF Miata Radiators

Postby DavidP020 » Sun Oct 19, 2014 6:24 am

Hi Brian,

I overheated my engine this week-end during a trackday (NC Turbo), so it is time for me to install an enhanced radiator.

For my application, should I use a CSF or a Koyo radiator? Which one cools better ?

Thanks,
David.
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Re: New CSF Miata Radiators

Postby Brian » Sun Oct 19, 2014 8:38 am

Hi David

Both would serve you well, I have been a KOYO fan for many years....but I now think this CSF is even a bit better.
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Re: New CSF Miata Radiators

Postby DavidP020 » Mon Oct 20, 2014 2:20 am

Thanks Brian. :)

I hope my engine is still ok, because some coolant went to cylinders (exhaust was cleaned). After the overheating, I drove 200 miles on highway, my coolant level didn't change and my exhaust has black dust again.
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Re: New CSF Miata Radiators

Postby Brian » Wed Jul 08, 2015 4:58 pm

New Delivery of CSF Radiators Just In Time to BEAT Summer Heat!
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