All posts by Steven Bryson

Breathing Fresh Air – Intake R&D, Part 1: Stock Review

There’s something about hitting the road, leaving the smog and haze of the city, and breathing in the crisp, fresh air of the wilderness that brings a person to life. The Jeep Wrangler JL, like all Wranglers before it, was built to take you there. To let you escape those everyday boundaries and breathe fresh air. And for the JL … Continue Reading ››

Going the Distance – Aluminum Degas Tank, Part 4: Final Design

This 2008-2010 Ford 6.4L Powerstroke Aluminum Degas Tank is now available. Click here to check it out! Our last 2008-2010 Ford 6.4L Powerstroke aluminum degas tank post ended on a high note. We had pushed through challenges, taking an overcomplicated, ungainly design and creating one of our most refined prototypes to date. With the help of Powerstroke forum members … Continue Reading ››

Off-Road to Recovery – Coolant Filter Kit R&D, Part 1: Start to Finish

This 2012-2018 Jeep Wrangler JK Coolant Filter Kit is now available! Click here to check it out! For an automotive enthusiast, caring for your vehicle is tantamount to caring for yourself. An enthusiast’s vehicle is part of the family and it’s treated as such. When that vehicle happens to be a Jeep Wrangler, maintenance and modification can become nearly ritualistic. … Continue Reading ››

Prepare for Adventure – Catch Can R&D, Part 1: Stock Review

“What’s the point?” A question commonly asked by those who see cars and trucks solely as a means to get from point A to point B, from where they are to where they want to be. Those people look at a Ferrari and a Camry the same way. There are speed limits and traffic, so what’s the point of having … Continue Reading ››

Going the Distance – Aluminum Degas Tank, Part 3: Prototype

One of the hardest aspects of design is often knowing when to stop and take a step back. Failure is never fun, but we’ve learned that failure is just the beginning of a better design. Nothing is a complete failure, it’s just another step forward. When we last saw our 2008-2010 Ford 6.4L Powerstroke aluminum degas tank, it had become … Continue Reading ››