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Thread: New radiator option for Non-M. CSF

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    New radiator option for Non-M. CSF

    http://store.bimmerworld.com/csf-e46...tor-p2371.aspx

    I want one!

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    BimmerWorld View - CSF provides a high-quality that exceeds OE standards, gets rid of the plastic end tanks, and improves cooling by 25-30%. Drop-in fitment and more efficient cooling for your street/track car at a great price.

    We trust CSF quality and performance in our street and track cars to provide proper cooling with an easy direct-fit install. This E46 radiator is a factory replacement using all factory shrouding, clip-on hoses, and mounting points.

    CSF uses new technology packed into a compact two-row core design for better cooling capacity without the added weight. More efficient B-tubes have greater surface area for cooling (15% cooling capacity increase in fin technology alone) and a precision multi-louvered fin to increase heat rejection performance and surface area contact. Additionally, this CSF part has more total cooling tubes, and due to the efficient B-Tube shape, airflow through the core is improved as well. These technical features all contribute to improved cooling efficiency over OE-type performance upgrades, as well as other standard "performance" aluminum tanked radiators which are nothing more than aluminum tanks on a traditional stock core.

    Made in Indonesia in the same factory that produces CSF parts for aftermarket and car line production for several European cars. All CSF radiators come with a two year warranty against defects in craftsmanship.

    Fits all 99-06 E46 6-cylinder models (320, 323, 325, 328, 330), and 05-05 3L Z4.

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    Wow, if the quality is good, that is substantially cheaper than the other all aluminum options available!
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    sweet...good to have options.

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    Quote Originally Posted by prowlerflyer View Post
    Wow, if the quality is good, that is substantially cheaper than the other all aluminum options available!
    I would trust them, they make racing radiators for many US teams including Bimmerworld.

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    This is interesting

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    I like it. Too bad I already bought a new one sitting in a box. Might have to sell and get this one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnrando View Post
    I like it. Too bad I already bought a new one sitting in a box. Might have to sell and get this one.

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    I'll give you $100 for it
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    I wish I'd seen this when I did my cooling system overhaul. Oh well, I guess that'll be the one I swap it out for in 60k miles...

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    Quote Originally Posted by wsmeyer View Post
    I'll give you $100 for it
    Lol. Classic William. Throw in your broken in intake boot and you got a deal


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    "ZHP or not, I still like you"


    ZHP Performance Package, Cold Weather Package, Leather, Jet Black/Black/BlackCube, NAV
    ESS Stage 1 Twin Screw Supercharger, Sprint Booster, BMW Perf Intake, Magnaflow Exhaust, Dinan TB & STEP S/W, Ground Control Coilovers, UCC Sway Bars, Apex EC-7 18x8.5 ET38
    Dynavin D99+, Hardwire V1 (w/V1 Connection), BSW Stage 1 Speakers, Kicker Amp/Subwoofer
    BMW Performance Strut Brace, Orion V2 Angel Eyes, No-holes License Plate, SMG Paddle Shift Mod, Besian VANOS, Gold DISA, Fan Delete, M3 Side Mirrors
    Note: Actual car no longer resembles signature picture

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    Nice, CSF is pretty highly reviewed in the XJ world as well.
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