Category Archives: Ford Mustang 2.3L EcoBoost Aluminum Radiator 2015+

Mustang EcoBoost Aluminum Radiator R&D, Part 3: Final Prototype and Testing Data

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Mishimoto Ford Mustang EcoBoost Performance Aluminum Radiator

We’re back with another prototype! After fitting our first unit, we found a few areas of our design that required minor adjustments to fulfill our goals of perfect fitment and optimal heat transfer. Our new 2015 Mustang EcoBoost parts are nearly complete!

Final Prototype

As noted in our previous article regarding the EcoBoost Mustang (EBM) radiator, we wanted to make modifications to both the core and our lower mounting brackets. These were easy changes, and we now … Continue Reading ››

Mustang EcoBoost Aluminum Radiator R&D, Part 2: First Prototype

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Mishimoto Ford Mustang EcoBoost Performance Aluminum Radiator

It has been ages since we’ve had an update on our EBM aluminum radiator, and for good reason. Our team has been hard at work putting together a functional prototype for some initial test fitting. We used dimensions from the stock base model radiator, the performance package radiator, as well as measurements from the vehicle to ensure our prototype would fit and function with all factory components. Our line of 2015 Mustang EcoBoost parts is continually growing … Continue Reading ››

Mustang EcoBoost Aluminum Radiator R&D, Part 1: Initial Development

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Mishimoto Ford Mustang EcoBoost Performance Aluminum Radiator

In an effort to give your Mustang optimal cooling performance, the bright minds at Mishimoto have embarked upon a mission to develop an efficient radiator solution for the EB. It is only a matter of time before high-powered EcoBoost models begin hitting the track, necessitating a cooling solution that outperforms the stock radiator. Luckily we have our own 2015 Mustang shop vehicle for product design and testing. We also have a local enthusiast who is kind enough to … Continue Reading ››