By Harrison Noble

 

Over the years, we’ve met with C&R Racing at trade shows like SEMA and PRI to discuss the company’s latest offerings, and how they’ve continued to innovate cooling solutions for virtually every application available.

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At this year’s PRI Show once again in Indianapolis, Indiana, we sat down with the folks at C&R Racing and discussed its latest offerings–custom radiators and coolers for just every vehicle or application.

“We have a huge selection or radiators, as well as a multitude of coolers, for different applications available today,” said Roger Rosebush of C&R Racing. “For example, we have what’s called a ‘Supercharger Brick’ that you’ll find in a lot of overhead supercharger applications. As time goes by, people find that these solutions are becoming more popular–and necessary–for the longevity of the engine and its performance.”

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Roger also said that the six-cylinder market, more specifically, the EcoBoost engine market, is starting to come up very high in the performance world as well. “Added cooling is a massive benefit for turbocharged vehicles,” Roger explained. “All of the cooling necessary for these forced-induction engines can be vast, but we make a solution for anything you can think of that needs to be cooled–whether it has a part number, or it needs to be custom.”

Air-to-air and air-to-water heat exchangers of all shapes and sizes filled C&R Racing’s booth. If the company doesn’t already make it, it can build a custom unit for your application.

Roger concluded by telling us that while some applications may be tricky or there isn’t a lot of support for that vehicle, him and the team at C&R Racing can accomplish just about any job you throw at them. Checkout C&R Racing’s website here for more information on custom radiator cores, coolers, and more.

One thought on “PRI 2016: Custom Radiators, Coolers & More With C&R Racing

  1. Art Himpele says:

    Hi, I read in Farm Show Mag that you have designed a aluminum radiator for a Farmall M tractor, is this true. $450 ?? Would it be good enough for field use??

    Thanks
    Art

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