The automotive world never stands still, both literally and figuratively. Technology is always improving and evolving to produce mountains of power with maximum efficiency. Back during the Mustang’s inception, all it took was a massive V8 and just enough traction to make it to the finish line in order to blow your socks off. These days, however, drivers want a muscle car that can do more than flex. They want it to be flexible. With over 50 years of engineering, Ford has been able to outrun most issues that keep their Mustang confined, except one—blow-by.
In our last two posts we took a look at the prototype catch can brackets and hoses for both the driver and passenger-side. As a recap and to better explain our results, the next paragraph describes the crank case ventilation systems on the Mustang GT. If you’re not in a reading mood feel free to continue to the results below.
Crank Case Ventilation on the Mustang GT
While we can continue to refer to the two catch can systems as the driver and the passenger-side, we can also differentiate them another way. This will allow us to better understand the results of our testing. … Continue Reading ››
Last time we took a look at the passenger-side catch can setup for our brand-new Mustang GT. We will still be making more improvements to our original design going forward, but the main location will stay the same. Now onto our driver-side catch can development!
The driver-side catch can was a bit more difficult to place than the passenger-side … Continue Reading ››
The 2016 Mustang GT has arrived at Mishimoto, and we are wasting no time in developing products for Ford’s newest version of the Pony car. We decided to begin with a version of our baffled oil catch can specifically designed to be direct-fit with the Mustang GT.
You would be doing your Coyote a favor by installing some type of catch can for preventative maintenance. Some feel that a catch can is not a necessity until you introduce forced induction, which may be the case. … Continue Reading ››