As the weather grows colder here on the east coast, there’s a collective smile forming on the faces of select drivers everywhere. Those of us whose engines come equipped with their own mini hurricane know this time of year as “boost season.” The colder weather means denser air, and denser air means the turbos under … Continue Reading ››
This year marks the return of one of Toyota’s most sought-after vehicles—the Supra. We last saw the flagship sports coupe on the dealer lots here in the US in 1998, powered by the holy prophet of propulsion, the 2JZ-GTE. The Supra took some time off and traveled Europe for a bit, but now it’s back, and one has … Continue Reading ››
The goal was simple: take what we learned from developing our 2008–2010 6.4L Powerstroke upper support bar and apply it to the next generation 2011–2016 6.7L Powerstroke.
A little over two years ago we dove headfirst into developing our 2008–2010 6.4L Powerstroke upper support bar. Since then, we’ve been developing more products for trucks and … Continue Reading ››
The last post for our 2018+ Jeep Wrangler 2.0L JL intake ended on a low note. We had worked for months on our high-flowing intake only to find that it made the 2.0T Hurricane engine less powerful in the RPM range that counts the most. Instead of a torquey and responsive engine that made peak power at 3,250 … Continue Reading ››
You have to walk before you can run. I’m sure just about everyone’s heard that colloquialism before. While it’s cliché, it does ring true when it comes to our Infiniti Q50 heat exchanger. Before we see just how strong that new link in the chain is, we want to examine that link by itself.