We know you've been dying to know how we finish up creating a cold-air intake, and today is the day you can breathe a sigh of relief. We are finally at the last stage of R&D! After constructing a final prototype we were prepared to test fitment and ensure that power output and AFR readings remained unchanged. Check out our final prototype components!
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Welcome back! It's test-time at Mishimoto, and we're going to put our dyno through a workout to shed those pounds it put on over the winter. In our previous post we reported on the development of prototypes for our intake pipe, filter location, and mass air flow (MAF) housing. We decided it would be beneficial to test the effects of various MAF housing sizes on … Continue Reading ››
With a general idea of our plans for this product, we set about removing all the necessary components so we could begin fabrication. Steve, one of our bright engineers, would be taking the helm for this particular project, with others lending a hand throughout the process when needed.
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These articles normally begin with a quick background of the vehicle in question, followed by some of the performance high points and pitfalls of the car. With this particular vehicle, this process is not necessary. If you are reading this, you probably already own a BRZ/FR-S, and/or you are well aware of the effect this vehicle has had on the automotive world. Autocross, track days, drifting, daily driving, even rally; the 86 has everything you need to really … Continue Reading ››
An inside look at the engineering of Mishimoto products.