Carry the Weight – Transmission Cooler R&D, Part 2: Design

Simplicity is often the key to great engineering. The same can be said about Ford’s F-150. The F-150 is about function over frills and getting the job done. Our 2015+ Ford F-150 transmission cooler will follow the same formula. Our focus will be on one key aspect: use as much of the space behind the F-150’s grille as possible. As we saw … Continue Reading ››

Rad, White, and Blue – Performance Aluminum Radiator R&D, Part 1 – Stock Review

The automotive industry is like a man-made animal kingdom. Manufacturers design and build these mechanical beasts for their specific purpose in this petrol-powered jungle. Just like any ecosystem, these vehicles can either peacefully cohabitate or evolve to either evade or run down their competitors. Some live on to become majestic beasts while others go extinct. Thanks to our … Continue Reading ››

Layers of Cooling – Transmission Cooler R&D, Part 3: Testing

Trying something new can be a daunting, especially when you’re changing something you’ve done well for a long time. In the case of our 2014+ Chevy/GMC K2 transmission cooler, the design of the stock transmission cooler had us stepping off the beaten path in search of the best possible solution.

Breathing Fresh Air – Intake R&D, Part 2: 3D Scan

The only thing better than cold, dense air for a turbocharged engine is more cold, dense air. Once the winter months turn into spring and summer, more of us will be out enjoying the warm air, but your 2.0T Jeep JL will be longing for the cold of winter. At Mishimoto, we’ve been working to give your Jeep the cool air it needs to perform its best all year long.

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