Tag: aluminum radiator

Skunk2 Racing

About Skunk2 Racing Skunk2 Racing (Group-A Autosports)  was founded in 1994 in Northern California. Quickly they began developing innovate high performance engine parts. They introduced the first cast aluminum, high-performance intake manifold. They also developed cutting-edge composite fuel rails, and valve-train components made from premium materials. Skunk2 is acclaimed as being the first U.S.-based sport

KOYORAD Policy

Have you been searching high and low to find out what the KOYORAD Warranty Policy is? Well look no further, here is an copy of their policy. To see if there are any changes, or recent updates you can, click here. Installation Koyorad is committed to manufacturing radiators with the best in quality; meeting or

Aluminum Radiators

What does a Radiator do? Before we focus on aluminum radiators, it’s important to understand how you’re radiator works. Your factory engine before any modifications produces high heat.  To prevent your engine from overheating, your car pumps coolant through the engine.  This fluid receives the heat and carries it away from the engine block.   The coolant

CSF – The Cooling Experts

Who is CSF? CSF is a global leader in heat transfer manufacturing. Often calling themselves, The Cooling Experts, have been serving the US aftermarket for decades! When browsing their extensive catalog, you will find products such as Radiators, Condensers, Intercoolers, Inverter Coolers, Racing Radiators, Pressure Caps, and more! With over 35 million products sold, plenty

KOYORAD Radiator

Koyorad Radiator started off in 1956 as a radiator repair shop known as Ejiri Radiator.  Twelve years later in 1968, they assembled a radiator and oil cooler.  Once this happened they separated their production facility from their repair facility and began manufacturing radiators.  Two years later, in 1970, Ejiri Radiator was renamed Koyo Radiator Manufacturing. 

Performance Radiator

Radiators & Their Functions Before we discuss performance radiators, its important to understand how the radiator works. Your factory engine before any modifications produces high heat.  To prevent your engine from overheating, your car pumps coolant through the engine.  This fluid receives the heat and carries it away from the engine block.   The coolant takes