CSF Race Radiator for Universal Half Radiator w/ direct fitment for 92-00 Civic with Adjustable -16 or slip-on fittings w/ 12-inch SPAL fan & shroud
- 2 Row 42mm High Performance Core by CSF with B-Tube Technology and Ultra-Efficient 6mm Tall Multi-Louvered Fins
- Installation Kit Includes Both -16 AN Male Connections, as well as 1.25″ OEM Style “Slip-on” Fittings
- Honda/Acura Hose Connections (Evolution 7/8/9 1-3/8″ OEM Style “Slip-on” Hose Connections Also Included)
- Universal Mounting Pins Included – 2 Different Lengths for Multiple Installation Configurations
- Multiple Mounting Pin Locations on Both Top and Bottom End Tanks
- Dual Outlet Design for Multiple Plumbing Options
- 1/8″ NPT Temperature Sensor Port
- 1 Hour “Mirror Finish” Hand Polish
CSF manufactures the most advanced and efficient radiator cores in the industry by using innovative tube and fin technologies with industry leading testing methods to maximize airflow and heat dissipation. These techniques allow CSF to stay ahead of the pack when it comes to radiator technology!
“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 aluminium 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 tubes 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.”
High Efficiency Multi Louvered Fin – CSF uses ultra efficient multi louvered fins that are carefully and precisely aligned to maximize airflow through each radiator core. Fin specifications are carefully measured and calculated for each application, and tested for maximum heat rejection efficiency in our wind-tunnel lab.