Update: Check out this awesome video of our track testing for this oil cooler!
What more could a company filled with automotive enthusiasts want than a track day as a workday?! If it were up to me, I would start building our offices adjacent to my favorite tracks and have every meeting in the infield, because I can’t think of a more excellent way to spend the day.
I have to begin by thanking you all for collectively pushing for track data. While the type of testing we normally conduct is sufficient for learning how well our … Continue Reading ››
High oil temperatures can shut down a track day faster than you can scream your favorite four-letter word. Unfortunately, high oil temps are already sidelining RS owners at the track. Not to worry, Team Mishi is on it! In our last post, we took a look at the stock cooler and our plans to create a larger one. Now it’s time to construct and test our prototype.
Continue Reading ››
While we plan to create an entire line of cooling products for the RS, some require more immediate attention than others. The oil cooler is shaping up to be one of these items. With a stock cooler that’s less than adequate, and oil temps on track days that could make Chuck Norris sweat, we have a problem brewing.
The stock oil cooler is a liquid-to-liquid heat exchanger and therefore relies on the radiator to cool the oil, as well as the coolant. This style of oil cooler also acts as an oil warmer, bringing the oil to operating temperature, which … Continue Reading ››
An inside look at the engineering of Mishimoto products.