Based just on the information given on one of the online retailers website, http://www.autopartswarehouse.com/shop_parts/radiator/nissan/armada.html, the Racing series, Model 3328, is a two row radiator with a core size of 2.06" whereas the Street series, Model 3323, is single row radiator with a core size of 1.25".Anyone know what the difference in the CSF "race rad." & the CSF "street rad." is?
Their both aluminum core...
Actually, the race rad (3328) is a two core design, the street one (3323) is a single core design. Both are all alum.The race rad has aluminum tanks where the street one has plastic tanks.
The CSF 3328 Racing Series is the same all-aluminum radiator that Stillen first sold before they changed suppliers. The fitment is supposed to a direct fit, the same as the factory radiator.AH... Cool, thank's!
I was wondering that when i was reading the spec's. I'm still un-decided on which one to get. The "race" one is only slightly more. I wonder how the fitment is w/ the 2 core design?
I've seen the CSF radiator and I'd say it's 95% a direct fit. You need to trim the plastic fan shroud to get it to fit correctly.The CSF 3328 Racing Series is the same all-aluminum radiator that Stillen first sold before they changed suppliers. The fitment is supposed to a direct fit, the same as the factory radiator.
Since my Stillen radiator, the CSF 3328, is still sitting in its box in the closet, I cannot speak from personal experience but many others who installed the Stillen radiator haven't complained about any fitment problems.
I'd would be quite surprised if you will be able to complete an all-aluminum CSF radiator purchase with delivery from one of the online retailers. I don't know of anyone who has successfully bought an all-aluminum radiator from anyone besides Stillen. The sites are perpetually out of stock.