New Line has not left anything to chance, right down to the last detail. The optimisations concerning the fill cap and the recovery tank are of particular note. The former is machined from a solid block (the solution adopted for all radiators) with a 2 bar vent adjustment: this prevents the venting of water caused by vibrations or knocks that can occur with 1 bar caps and maintains high pressure in the system. The increased friction between the water and the radiator walls increases the exchange of heat and, therefore, cooling efficiency.
As for the tank, it is smaller and has an integrated clip so that it can be positioned behind the radiator without obstructing the flow of air.
The water duct terminals also deserve a mention. In the past, in order to fasten the rubber tube properly, the aluminium attachment was wider at the end so that the tube had a double internal step and, therefore, slowed down and resulted in possible turbulence to the water flow. Now there are two external incisions, while the tube is smooth inside and has a uniform section. The outcome? No loss of capacity and no turbulence.