Category Archives: Ford Mustang 2.3L EcoBoost Intercooler Pipe Kit 2015+

Mustang EcoBoost Intercooler Pipe R&D, Part 3: Final Pipe Design and Test Fit

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Mishimoto Ford Mustang EcoBoost Intercooler Pipe Kit

After putting some final touches on our pipe design in 3D modeling software, we concluded the design phase of this project. With only inspection of our final prototype and final test fitting on the agenda, this project was nearly complete.

Final Prototype Pipe Kit

Check out a look at the final prototypes we worked up! Mishimoto hot-side (left) and cold-side (right) intercooler pipes Mishimoto hot-side … Continue Reading ››

Mustang EcoBoost Intercooler Pipe R&D, Part 2: 3D Models and BPV Port Prototyping

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Mishimoto Ford Mustang EcoBoost Intercooler Pipe Kit

3D Pipe Models

As with all our projects, we would be using 3D modeling software (Solidworks) to put our final design into both 3D and drawing forms. Not only does this put our design into a viewable format, but it also allows for digital tweaks as well as confirmation of fitment and precision with the overall product design. Check out the rendering below showing our projected cold-side pipe design. Continue Reading ››

Mustang EcoBoost Intercooler Pipe R&D, Part 1: Stock Piping Evaluation

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Mishimoto Ford Mustang EcoBoost Intercooler Pipe Kit

Render The factory-equipped intercooler piping for the Mustang EcoBoost (EB) is a bit of a disappointment. Assuming you have popped the hood and poked around a bit, it is likely you noticed the flimsy cold-side piping and the plastic hot-side pipe that connects to the turbocharger. Several folks have experienced boot separation from the connection points on the hot-side pipe. After evaluating the … Continue Reading ››