Sometimes the long road is the path we take when we want
to slow down, take a deep breath, and enjoy the view. Sometimes the long road
is the path we take when we want to do something well. While we love watching
the development process unfold, we’re taking the long road to our 2018+ Jeep
Wrangler JL 2.0T performance intake for the latter reason.
“Quality over speed” is our motto for many of our
projects, but in developing complex intakes like the one found on our JL’s 2.0L
Hurricane engine, it’s a requirement. Rushing through a project like this often
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We often say that engines are just air pumps. The more
air you can get in and out of them, the more efficient they are, and the more
power they make. While that’s true for any engine at its core, computers and
electronic controls tend to complicate the equation. As cars and trucks become
more complex and efficient, the computers controlling them have a hand in
almost every aspect of how they run. Most of those controls focus on how the
engine breathes in through the intake and out through the exhaust.
So, what does that mean for our 2018+ JL … Continue Reading ››
The only thing better than cold, dense air for a turbocharged engine is more cold, dense air. Once the winter months turn into spring and summer, more of us will be out enjoying the warm air, but your 2.0T Jeep JL will be longing for the cold of winter. At Mishimoto, we’ve been working to give your Jeep the cool air it needs to perform its best all year long.
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 equipped with the new 2.0L turbo engine, breathing fresh air is more important than ever.
While you’re taking a deep breath in and enjoying the view, your Wrangler’s two-liter engine is using that same air to drive you both forward. It … Continue Reading ››