All posts by Steven Bryson

Rival Nature’s Power – Intercooler Pipe R&D, Part 2: Measure Twice

No matter how powerful Mother Nature becomes, humans try to control, contain, or harness her. We hold back rivers with dams, suppress ocean waves with dunes, and leash the wind to power our sails and our cities. But even when we think we can control her power, we’re often left in awe of Mother Nature’s ability to break … Continue Reading ››

Breathing Fresh Air – Intake R&D, Part 6: Dyno Testing

Product design, like most of life, doesn’t always go as planned. We’ve learned to expect the unexpected and plan for unforeseen variables, but sometimes obstacles still catch us off guard. That’s when we need to step back, take a deep breath, and find a way to navigate back on course. Our 2018+ JL 2.0T intake has hit one … Continue Reading ››

Everyday Exploration – Oil Catch Can Kit, Part 2: Stock Review

As summer begins here in Delaware, the air is getting warmer, the days are growing longer, and adventure is in the air. It seems like more and more off-road-ready vehicles are hitting the streets and trails to capture their piece of the great outdoors, and the Jeep Wrangler is no exception. While Wrangler owners across the country are getting ready … Continue Reading ››

In Capable Hands – Transmission Cooler R&D, Part 3: Production

After months of measuring, modeling, designing and prototyping, the time has finally come to put our 2011–2014 Ford F-150 and 2010–2014 Ford Raptor transmission cooler to the test and hopefully put your F-150 in capable hands.

Our last post for this transmission cooler ended with a successful test fit of our 3D printed … Continue Reading ››

Everyday Hercules – Aluminum Radiator R&D, Part 3: Production

As summer begins here in Delaware, it’s quickly becoming the season of trailers with boats, jet skis, and campers filling the roads. Most of those trailers are pulled behind massive, oversized trucks that look like they rolled off the showroom floor yesterday. While there’s nothing wrong with taking pride in your truck and keeping it clean, my favorite thing to see on … Continue Reading ››