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Adding additional power means also the creation of more heat in the engine. This is when you need to get a high-performance all-aluminum radiator for your Audi B5 S4. All CSF’s high-performance all-aluminum radiators include CSF’s exclusive B-Tube technology that increases the heat transfer approximately 15% over regular oval welded tubes, along with super-efficient multi-louvered fins to maximize airflow through the radiator care for the best radiator core technology and performance in the market. Combined with CSF’s industry leading triple-pass design, CSF’s new Audi B5 S4 radiator is sure to check off all the boxes for the high performance and race crowd who need an upgrade in the cooling department.
CSF’s triple-pass technology allows the coolant to flow through the radiator core 3x rather than just flowing across the surface of the core once. This allows much colder ambient air to exchange heat with the coolant for a 3x longer period of time generating the lowest outlet temperature possible. Still with a drop-in fit!
The CSF Difference
So what's the difference? Unlike many other sellers of water radiators, CSF Radiators manufacture from start to finish the complete product. For most "manufacturer" this simply means outsourcing core supply, making the end-tanks and fittings.
CSF spec their own core design, manufacture the core, end tanks and fittings. CSF is a true manufacturer.
Highlight: 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.
Whats more is 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.”