All posts by Steven Bryson

Next Generation Cooling – Transmission Cooler R&D, Part 3: Production

Imaginative. Innovative. Forward-thinking. All adjectives that Dodge used in 1994 to describe their new Ram pickup design. Coincidentally, they’re also words we like to live by here at Mishimoto. Just because something hasn’t been done before doesn’t mean you shouldn’t do it. That’s the philosophy we’re taking for our direct-fit 1994-2002 Ram Cummins transmission cooler. It’s been a challenge to … Continue Reading ››

Iconic Protection – Oil Catch Can Kit R&D, Part 1: Design, Test, Produce

These Catch Can Kits are now on discounted Pre-Sale! Check them out on our website! Close your eyes and picture an American pickup truck. You’re probably imagining a Ford F-Series. And whether you know it or not, that F-Series you’re picturing probably has a V8 under the hood. Like the F-Series itself, the Ford V8 is an icon of … Continue Reading ››

Comfortable Cooling – Radiator R&D, Part 1: Stock Review

The latest generation of Chevy and GM trucks has become something of an every-truck. The earlier GMT800 and 900 trucks were dependable workhorses, built to be at home on the farm or the jobsite. When the K2 platform was introduced in 2014, the heart of the work truck remained, but it was wrapped in leather and luxury. Ascending into a … Continue Reading ››