I can't tell you enough how pleased I am with the performance of the radiator that you've built for me. The following is an exurb from a blog on commanderforums.org. Please feel free to use any part of this review to help business. Please feel free to contact me if I can do anything else for you
"After experiencing first hand an overheating due to a mud packed radiator. I've seen guys on the forum talk about it extensively. A lot of members started using radiator relocation kits. I am not a fan of the relocation kit. Therefore I started searching for an alternative. I came across an aftermarket radiator built by TCP (Totally Cool Products) I was interested in the larger, triple pass design (the OEM is a single pass) that also fit in the original radiator location. So I contacted TCP and discussions were made about their current production radiator as it relates to mud clogging leading to overheating. The data did not suggest there was any overheating issue due to the triple pass design, which made the commander run, on average, 20-30% cooler than the OEM. Though the data was very positive, I suggested a larger fin spacing would also help with mud clogging. Therefore I had a custom radiator built using the triple pass design as well as the larger fin spacing. I just returned from a three day ride at Brimstone ATV trails in Tennessee. I put it to the test of how much mud that I can cram into this radiator.
I am here to tell you that I was more than please with the results. After being mud soaked for three days, the commander would idle for a long period, climb to four bars, and back to 2-3 bars under way. If the fan kicked on, it was at idle, and only for about 10-20 seconds. I think this May have solved our overheating problems due to a mud clogged radiator.
TCP has been notified of my results and are please to offer this radiator to other members. When you call, tell them that you heard it from LeRoy Fry and I said thanks again. They are a great bunch of people to work with.
This new version doesn't have a part number so tell them that it's the "mudder" version. "