Back in the good ‘ol days (aka the infancy) of liquid cooled engines, just about all of the emissions systems would vent chemicals and harmful vapors to the atmosphere. No PCV or CCV lines, no catalytic converters, just dribbling coolant and blow-by all across the roadways. It was great for the cars, but not so great for the … Continue Reading ››
Engineers from Hyundai might have stuffed plenty of smiles-per-mile within their unique take on the hatchback, but as we went over in our first post, the eccentric Veloster suffers from a run-of-the-mill problem with blow-by. While our donor vehicle’s owner kept his good times rolling testing our prototype, the fun didn’t stop here at Mishimoto as we … Continue Reading ››
Auto shows, and specifically New York’s edition, tend to focus on the big reveals. What’s brand new? What haven’t the media and public seen before that they want to feast their eyes on? True, as stated in our last post, this year’s NYIAS did seem to lean more toward auto brands filling out their trim selections and … Continue Reading ››
The world is full of attempts at greatness that fell short for one reason or another. It’s no secret that creating something great takes the right combination of timing, motivation, and vision. Over the past several months, we’ve been working to craft our own version of greatness for one of the most celebrated trucks in the world.
When we … Continue Reading ››