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      07-01-2020, 06:25 PM   #1
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Cool Just in Time for Summer… the ULTIMATE N54 Cooling Package by CSF

Just in time for Summer - Everything needed to keep the BMW N54 cool, all in one package.
Exclusively from CSF.

• High Performance, Stepped Core, Round Bar/Plate Intercooler in Either Silver or Black
• All-Aluminum High Performance 2-Row Race Radiator for Either Manual or Automatic Transmission
• Drop-in Fit, No Modifications Required Race-Spec Oil Cooler



All products are a “drop-in fit” with no modifications necessary to install.

Tested and proven at:

• The 25 Hours of Thunderhill Endurance Race in California
• Pikes Peak International Hill Climb in Colorado
• The World-Famous Nurburging Race Track in Germany
• & More



High-Performance N54 Intercooler (CSF #8127/8127B)

• The Only TRUE Plug-and-Play Intercooler Solution w/ OEM Mounting Locations (Clears OEM Crash Bar)
• BMW-Style “Quick Connect” Machined Fittings
• Bottom (Larger) Section: 5.5” (140mm) Thick
• Massive Front Face: ~8.25” (210mm) Tall
• Good for Over 1000HP!



High-Performance N54 Radiator
Manual Trans - CSF# 7045
Automatic Trans - CSF# 7046


• 2-Row 42mm Core (Dual Core) Featuring CSF’s Exclusive B-Tube Technology
• Core Features an Ultra-Efficient Fin with 6.5mm Fin Height and Multi-Louvered Design for Maximum Surface Area Contact
• CNC Machined “Quick-Connect” Inlet/Outlet Connections, Brackets, and Fittings
• All-Aluminum Race Style Drain Plug
• 1-Hour “Mirror Finish” Hand Polish



N54 Engine Oil Cooler (CSF #8042)

• Made with CSF’s AC Condenser Technology Using a 1-Row Super-High Pressure 22mm Wide 11-Channel Microtube
• Dual-Pass High-Performance Core with 11 Cooling Tubes vs. OEM 10 Tube Design
• High-Density Multi-Louvered Fin Design with 20% More Surface Area Contact Compared to OEM Unit
• Lab Tested at ~30% More Efficient Than OEM Cooler



See more at https://csfrace.com/bmw-n54-cooling/
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We're hosting a giveaway for the month of July! The prize: one of each of our N54 Cooling Products.



Read more about it here: https://www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1735532
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That's a really nice trans cooler option.

I like all of this.
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Just in time for Summer - Everything needed to keep the BMW N54 cool, all in one package.
Interested to see some data for the intercooler. If possible more information/data on the 1000hp claim too. I've seen some strong logs and I've also seen logs showing it struggling on stockers so not sure what's right.
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That's a really nice trans cooler option.

I like all of this.
trans cooler? it's more of a oil cooler for us n54 guys, no?

Looks like dct/trans cooler is referring to the s65 guys


I wish CSF put out data like do88.
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trans cooler? it's more of a oil cooler for us n54 guys, no?

Looks like dct/trans cooler is referring to the s65 guys


I wish CSF put out data like do88.
they definitely advertised it as a dct/6at cooler and just now edited the post, so thats a shame

a drop in replacement for the at 'heat box' behind the radiator would be welcome
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I installed it a while ago, here is a little review. https://www.e90post.com/forums/showt...&highlight=csf
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I installed it a while ago, here is a little review. https://www.e90post.com/forums/showt...;highlight=csf
based off that thread, cooler doesn't really do much.

Stock cooler with mosselman thermostat I get 220 or lower on the freeway cruising.
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based off that thread, cooler doesn't really do much.

Stock cooler with mosselman thermostat I get 220 or lower on the freeway cruising.
Our radiator for automatic transmissions will do the best job at keeping transmission oil cooler temperature low. It's one of our #1 selling radiators and has been consistantly since we came out with it.
Here is an independent review of how it's fixed limped mode issues on the track
https://www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1121751

To the statement that we don't supply data - please see the link above, it's got plenty of data.
All of this information is also available with links on our website.

In regards to the engine oil cooler.
- BMW engines run hot - 240 in a modern BMW engine, when driven on the track is not too hot.

If anyone has any questions, or wants to see more data on any of our products, please visit out BMW page for N54 products - https://csfrace.com/best-bmw-cooling/
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There's only two weeks left to enter our sweepstakes for our 3-Piece N54 Cooling Package!

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I like how this IC uses the factory connections.
No more messing around with silicone hose clamps slipping off, once it on its on!
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Today is the last day to enter to win our N54 cooling package!

Head over to https://csfrace.com/csf-summer-takeover-giveaway-july/ to enter!
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Our July 2020 Sweepstakes for the BMW N54 has ended – Congratulations to the winner @jakespence (on IG)!

Check back to our website + social media tomorrow to see our next giveaway!

To learn more about our N54 products, you can check them out at: https://csfrace.com/bmw-n54-cooling/

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Originally Posted by CSF Cooling View Post
Our radiator for automatic transmissions will do the best job at keeping transmission oil cooler temperature low. It's one of our #1 selling radiators and has been consistantly since we came out with it.
Here is an independent review of how it's fixed limped mode issues on the track
https://www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1121751

To the statement that we don't supply data - please see the link above, it's got plenty of data.
All of this information is also available with links on our website.

In regards to the engine oil cooler.
- BMW engines run hot - 240 in a modern BMW engine, when driven on the track is not too hot.

If anyone has any questions, or wants to see more data on any of our products, please visit out BMW page for N54 products - https://csfrace.com/best-bmw-cooling/
CSF if I install trans cooler that removes stock heat exchanger.. Should I install manual version or auto version of radiator? Does manual has more rows for cooling?
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