edit: emilio says that this clearance issue only affects the first batch of radiators (shipped Jan '15), so future readers can ignore this advice.
[Mostly] installed mine tonight on an NB1 with PS and no AC (removed specifically to install the rad).
The rad brackets needed to be bent to fit, as the distance between the two studs was about 1/2" different than the stock radiator.
I ran into an issue where the PS cooling loop interfered with the driver's side of the radiator. Even pushing them out of the way, they pressed against the lower fitting.
From the front of the car:
I sent an email off to Emilio, who said I should slide the lines rearward in the bracket.
I sprayed the lines with PBlaster to lube them up and slid them rearward, but it didn't give enough clearance.
I tried to get as much slack as possible by moving the lines in the front two
mounts towards the drivers side (left in the pictures).
I pushed the lines as far forward as possible with the reservoir unbolted to get maximum clearance. I also put a double-bend into the PS line bracket to move it as far up and to the driver's side as possible. The top line had plenty of clearance, but the bottom line still interfered, so I zip tied them together. I'll probably put a piece of rubber between the two of them before I finalize everything.
The lines directly contact the radiator bracket and probably eventually the outlet hose clamp, but I think it will be okay.
Alternatively, if you want to trim like 1/2" off the end of the two hoses where they connect to the hard lines, everything would fit much better. I didnt want to empty and refill the PS, so this is good enough for me.
(and of course, I now realize I didnt take a picture of the proper fit/clearance. oh well. when I finish the install I'll take a pic)
I used a stack of washers to shim the reservoir to keep the stress on the PS lines to a minimum.
It seems to fit now, but I'm going to swap the intake manifold before finishing the install so I don't dent any fins.