The Mishimoto engineering facility houses top tier equipment that helps our team produce the high-quality parts you depend on. We love to use the latest tech while we work, especially if it means we can develop parts faster and save some money in the process. Take a look at five pieces of equipment that help our team in the product development process.
We created a comprehensive list of easy Do-It-Yourself tasks to keep your ride fresh. These tasks span from addressing general maintenance to increasing aesthetics. We hope this list helps inspire you to show your vehicle some love in your spare time whether you complete this whole list or pick and choose what you want to tackle.
Choosing an intercooler can be intimidating, so we’ve broken down the top 3 things that we think you should consider when looking for your upgrade.
#3 End tanks
We’re biased when it comes to intercooler end tanks but there are a few choices available on the market – we ranked these from the least impressive option to the highest quality. Each type of end tank comes with its redeeming qualities as well as drawbacks, so we’re here to help make … Continue Reading ››
The turbocharger system is one of the most beautiful soundscapes in the automotive world. This overgrown mechanical snail not only gives smaller, more efficient engines the extra pep in their step, but it also fills our ears with a symphony of whirrs, flutters, and hisses, all complemented by the bassy undertone of the exhaust. Each section of the turbocharged orchestra plays its part, but today we’re going to look at the ‘Hiss’ section, with the blow-off valve sitting in first chair.
What is a Blow-Off Valve?
When it comes to … Continue Reading ››
Back in the good ‘ol days (aka the infancy) of liquid cooled engines, just about all of the emissions systems would vent chemicals and harmful vapors to the atmosphere. No PCV or CCV lines, no catalytic converters, just dribbling coolant and blow-by all across the roadways. It was great for the cars, but not so great for the world around us (sorry ozone). As environmental restrictions tightened, manufacturers had to develop ways to keep the byproducts of the internal combustion and cooling chemicals inside the car.