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We've received feedback from pro racers, including drifters and dragsters that have seen an average of 20 degree decrease in engine temps on the track, but want to give SRTForums members a chance to put the product through the nitty gritty. We are looking for volunteers to perform and install and review in exchange for a Mizu cooling setup (Aluminum radiator and fan shroud kit) on the house.

We're looking for an installation on the vehicle, a how-to posted for the benefit of community members, complete with pictures. We'd also like for the product to be tested out after installation and for you to share your findings and opinion on the product with us. If you have access to a dyno, hand held tuner, or some at home equipment, even better.

If you're interested, please PM with your vehicle setup along with the metering tools (dyno, tuner, etc.) tools at your disposal.
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What is Mizu?
Mizu is a Japanese-made line of high performance cooling products.

Their hand-welded aluminum racing radiators feature a thicker radiator core and fin density, as well as 2 cooling rows. While street drivers will love to cool look of Mizu's products, the true benefits call out to racers or extreme modders who are looking to decrease the vehicle weight and increase cooling efficiency.

Mizu's Aluminum fan shroud kits should be used along with the radiator to ensure maximum cooling efficiency.

Some vehicles may also benefit from Mizu's silicone hose kits, which feature 3 layers of high grade silicone and embedded fibers to create a long-life product that increases heat reduction.
 

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Very nice offer for the purpose built drag and autocross cars on here, I'm sure they'll benefit from such a mod. Especially in warmer climates. To be honest though I don't see much of a benefit to the average daily driven car, all PCM calibrations for this platform count on higher than average engine temps to get the most engine performance.
 

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Thanks everyone for volunteering! NorthNJSRT4 is going to run the test install for us, so stay tuned for his how-to install article and performance evaluation!
 
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