Looking to treat your motorhead this holiday season but don’t know what to get them? We have gift ideas that your car-loving friend or family member would love to receive – or you could just ‘Treat Yo Self’. Check out these gift ideas for some giving inspiration and minimal wrapping!
You’ve seen what goes into the making of our products, but do you know who is making them? At Mishimoto, we’re proud to say that our products are made for automotive enthusiasts by automotive enthusiasts and engineered in New Castle, DE. We took it upon ourselves to ask each of our engineers a series of questions so you can get to know them better and see their enthusiasm for automobiles shine.
Our shop contains many unique tools and equipment to help aid our R&D team in the process of product development and testing. One of our more recent acquisitions is a very nice Waterjet machine. We’ve used this device to cut airbox pieces, catch can brackets, shop signage, fan shrouds, and many other components that can be constructed from flat sheet material. This tool been helpful in speeding up development projects, and we’ve really enjoyed learning about its many features.
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Interested in picking up this awesome catch can? Check out our product page for more information!
Every once in a while our engineering team has the pleasure of collaborating with our talented marketing team to produce a unique product. We recently worked together to produce a very slick shift knob for professional drifter, Ryan Tuerck.
Our latest project is even cooler. This time we are partnering with Rockstar Energy Drink and Rockstar Performance Garage to customize one of our new oil catch cans! If you aren’t familiar with the company (you must … Continue Reading ››
What does one do with a blown Subaru EJ20? We asked this question on one of our social media outlets and had a ton of responses. This included a coffee table, flower pot, speaker system, stove, and even a boat anchor. After spinning a few rod bearings during some dyno testing (this WRX led a pretty rough life), we decided it was time to get creative with the remains. With an upcoming open-house event, we were determined to turn this grimy, beaten engine into a display unit for … Continue Reading ››