1988-1991 Honda Civic CSF Radiator
This aluminum CSF Performance Radiator is designed as a drop in replacement for your Honda Civic. This full size Integra radiator gives you the cooling performance you are after in your EF Civic or hatchback. Giving you the ultimate way to cool down and lower your engine temperature in your 1.5 liter SOHC D series engine, each and every CSF radiator is designed for maximum cooling performance. This Honda Civic CSF radiator bolts right into your factory radiator support and allows you to bolt on your stock cooling fans.
If you are looking for a great way to upgrade your cooling system in your Honda Civic, this CSF radiator is it. Perfect for correcting an overheating vehicle or increasing your cooling capacity, pair this Civic CSF radiator with an upgraded set of cooling fans for maximum performance.
Upgrading to a set of universal cooling fans is easier than you think. Wiring up a fan controller using an automotive single post automotive relay is straightforward.
The Civic CSF radiator provide optimum cooling efficiency and keeps your engine from overheating. If you are modifying your vehicle or using it in competition style events, there are very few options that give you as much cooling power than these CSF Radiators.
What puts these CSF radiators ahead of the competition is their extensive cooling testing and technology. Part of this cooling tech is what CSF calls its B-Tube technology. Using cooling tubes that are shaped like the letter B instead of the standard oval tubes, CSF can use a thinner material that dissipates heat better than the competition. Despite the thinner cores, CSF race radiators are actually proven to be stronger than their counterparts without this unique design.
If you are using a ramhorn or top mount turbo manifold for your D series, this half size radiator core will fit. Instead look into a half core that would fit properly and give you enough clearance for your turbo VTEC setup.
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