I have spent the last 12 months doing intensive research on motors and heat transfer, as well as development on the TCS and therefore I thought that some of my information may be useful to you.
The fluid in the system is non conductive
and therefore is not an isuue regarding the electrics in your car.
Through careful development, the effectiveness of the TCS is not dependent upon the amount of liquid in the system.
The whole system when filled contains only 6ml, about a teaspoon full
The radiator is bomb proof
and can be placed anywhere on the car where there is a gentle airsteam. Its positioning is versatile and it doesn't require a fan.
Fans use approx 1.30watts per fan. Racers typically use 2 and so this is 2.60watts of power being taken from your battery. A TCS micropump uses only 0.4w.
The complete TCS when fitted is 45g (about 1.75ounces). One of our typical test cars is a standard Xray T2 which is exactly on weight with the TCS fitted.
Most of all motors are faster, more reliable and last much longer before needing new brushes or rebuilding.
have just been announced, and for more technical information http://www.tcscooling.com/data.html