Proper vehicle preparation and maintenance can ensure your truck survives the low temperatures of winter. We put together a list of 12 items you can complete to give you peace of mind as the temperatures drop. We recommend starting this list around October if you’re in the Northern Hemisphere and May if you’re south of the equator. Follow this checklist to make sure you’re ready for the season ahead.
Look under the hood of any modified vehicle, and there’s a high chance you’ll find an aftermarket intake. But despite how prevalent aftermarket intakes are, there’s still a ton of misinformation about them floating around the internet. In this post, we’ll look at a few more intake myths and provide some more facts to combat the hearsay on the internet. If you haven’t already read through our first intake myth-busting post, be sure to check that out here.
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Since the dawn of the internet, misinformation has been abundant. Somebody posts something their buddy’s third cousin told them, it gets shared over and over, and eventually, it becomes a “fact.” In the early days, it was easy to spot fishy information by the sixteen “FWD:” tags in the subject line of an email. Now, it’s hard to tell what’s authentic and what’s just been passed down for so long that nobody can tell the difference.
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So, you’re ready to pull the trigger and get an intercooler, but all of the options available are overwhelming. How do you choose? Looking at the end tanks of an intercooler can be a great place to start. Once you determine the type of end tank that fits your needs, you can narrow down the endless options making selection much more straightforward.
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.