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Yes, GSR does make all-aluminum rads for the 996. For further product details, click here.

No fabrication is required, a direct bolt-on to the stock location
CNC machined mounting locations for perfect fit for all factory components
Utilizes CSF's B-tube technology for 15% increase in efficiency
Innovative swappable fitting design allow single radiator to work on the left or right side of vehicle
Made from military spec aluminum to resist damage and withstand up to 50% higher pressure over stock
Perfect upgrade for street or track applications
Those don't specifically say they are for the Turbo. Do they have adequate cooling capacity for the Turbo?
 
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Im also interested in this, I checked the part numbers and they dont match with the Turbo ones. Also on the Website of GSR they dont say anything about Turbo matching.
 
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Subscribed. Thanks to you guys for pursuing this. This sounds a bit like the coolant connections on our GT1 cases. It also makes me wonder how long before my stock 6-2 intercooler ends start leaking, but that is a minor annoyance compared to these potential safety issues.
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I haven't heard back from anyone since my last post, has anyone else had any communication/progress?
 
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Sorry folks, my bad. The rads I listed are non-turbo/C4S so they don't apply here. Sorry for the confusion!
 
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Sent more emails off to Ron Davis, CSF and Griffin, hope something happens sooner than later-would be nice to buy a finished product rather than have to fab up own...perhaps Pelican as a dealer/seller of CSF 996 N/A rads might have some pull on this subject?....any updates from the C&R contacts guys?
 
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CSF has shown interest, does anyone have any damaged or broken rads. that they could send for prototyping? They are located in Rialto, Cali.
Ron Davis(believed to have stock 996tt rads to prototype off) also still looking into it..
Griffin(like CSF, want sample rads., in Piedmont, SC.)
 
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I assume the cup radiator that you show is a 7 cup ? My 6cup uses the same radiator that you are showing in the first picture. 996.106.037.73.

I just lost my center radiator in a race last weekend and would like to upgrade to the aluminum one. I think that the 997 radiator fits in the 996 car, so I do not know why the 7cup radiator would not fit in a 6cup.

Also, what is different about the 996.106.037.51 radiator that it is half the price.

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Oh yea, GSR seems to make an all aluminum (side) one and it is currently on sale.

http://www.gsrautosport.com/Porsche_..._Radiator.html
 
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I think this is still the same Radiator that is not fixing our 996 Turbos.
The part numers are not for the Turbo.
But in the article they are writing that it will also match 996 Gt3s,
so normally it shoukd be ok?
 
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That is interesting. The side radiators for the GT3 Cup are the same as the NA cars, but the center GT3 Cup are the same as the Turbo. I wonder why they did that.

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CSF has shown interest, does anyone have any damaged or broken rads. that they could send for prototyping? They are located in Rialto, Cali.
Ron Davis(believed to have stock 996tt rads to prototype off) also still looking into it..
Griffin(like CSF, want sample rads., in Piedmont, SC.)
Mine are still installed, one is only leakin/ dippin, but I want to replace them all and in the hope to get a full Aluminium replacement. So no damaged rads and I'm living in Germany, otherwise I would send them directly. Any News?
 
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Haven't heard anything yet, just emailed Ron Davis regarding any updates, will do CSF next
 
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Just for the record, these are the factory plastic TT/GT2 rads
 
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