Overheating can be chronic, especially with high horse-powered Mustangs. Over time, it can also lead to costly repairs. Upgrading the cooling system will help prevent any of those issues and give you peace of mind. Keeping your Mustang reliable is key. Anyone can boost the performance of the car, but the main question is, will it be reliable? There's no point in building a fast car that's unreliable. Whenever engine performance increases, so do the burdens on the cooling system.
The high-performance aftermarket has really taken to modifying the Ecoboost platform. One of the first mods that many enthusiasts install is an upgraded intercooler. Some intercoolers that are widely available in the market today have actually reduced the thickness of the core so that the design allows it to stack in front of the radiator and condenser for a larger surface area core compared to the OEM intercooler which was mounted underneath the radiator. These types of intercoolers put a heavy strain on the OEM radiator, especially when at the track or drag strip where heat soak can become a major issue. The upgraded all-aluminum CSF radiator w/ 42mm B-Tube core will counterbalance the stacking of an additional cooler in front of the main cooling system + maintain optimal temperatures in the high horsepower applications.
There are key features of the new CSF all-aluminum high-performance Mustang radiator that will reduce that burden. This includes CSF's exclusive B-Tube technology that increases the heat transfer capabilities approximately 15% over regular tubes and multi-louvered fins to maximize airflow through the radiator core. The unit is designed to be a true "drop-in-fit" with no modifications necessary.
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