Category Archives: Ford 6.7L Powerstroke Secondary Radiator 2011-2016

Love Is in the [Charge] Air – Secondary Radiator R&D, Part 2: Prototype Testing and Data

Last time, we took a look at the unique design of the Ford 6.7 secondary Super Duty radiator and its accompanying thermostats. Our last post was only about two weeks ago, but I come bearing some good news – plus, great things come in twos.

You can now order the Mishimoto secondary system Super Duty radiator at our limited-time discounted price!

Mishimoto’s Ford 6.7 Super Duty Radiator (secondary system) Discounted Pre-Sale

Why does my primary rad need a companion?

As a recap, this heat exchanger, found in 2011+ Ford Super Duty trucks, works as … Continue Reading ››

It Takes Two! – Secondary Radiator R&D, Part 1: Factory Review and 3D Models

Whether we’re talking about turbochargers on an F-150 EcoBoost, V8 engines in an offshore powerboat, drummers in the Allman Brothers Band, or pieces of Carvel™ Ice Cream Cake for dessert on my birthday, sometimes two is a better option than one. This was very much the school of thought that Ford’s engineers adopted when designing the cooling system on the 2011+ F-Series Super Duty trucks, including the F-350, F-450, and F-550. These trucks feature two systems that work in parallel to handle all of the cooling needs in your truck, and both are equally important.

Our engineers … Continue Reading ››