Sorry for the delay on the review guys, been busy but here goes:
First some pics comparing the stock radiator and the csf radiator which is substantially larger than stock. The csf rad quality seems pretty good, I had no flaws on mine, welds looked good. Came packaged double boxed, so had no problems with any damage from shipment. As for installation, my bike is a dedicated track bike, so i have a Sharkskinz upper and lower. The one con about this radiator is the supplied rectifier/ecu brackets. I managed to get the rectifier to work on the right side but as for the ecu side it is a little more difficult to get to work right, so you will really have to play with it for a while depending on what bodywork u have. The brackets are not meant for perfect bolt on, as u have to use a twist ties (at least for the ecu side). This is something that i have talked to Mike about which needs to be addressed, but at least they supply something unlike other race radiators out there. Another thing is the radiator is really wide and it is a really, really tight fit getting the lower fairing on (even with race bodywork). I used Samco X-tra flex silicone hose with the expensive no-cut hose clamps and also retained part of the plastic inlet tube instead of using hose all the way as you can see in the pics. As for performance, I got to test it @ a trackday @spring mtn motorsports ranch in pahrump, las vegas in the early fall with ambient temp around the low 80's. Bike never overheated (with the stock rad i would consistently see 240-244 deg when coming off the track). I should have had a cam installed to show temps as it is hard looking down when concentrating on the track, but i did see around 205 degrees on the track, which is a lot better. I will have to post a follow up in the spring/summer to see how it does with higher ambient temp. I will post up some more pics of the radiator with all the bodywork on when i take some more pics and will also show how i mounted the rectifier and the ecu to fit with the sharkskinz upper.