Finishing Touches – Aluminum Expansion Tank R&D Part 2 – Design Fabrication and Finished Product

If there’s one thing that hasn’t ever changed about muscle cars it’s that they’re hot cars. All the current iterations of American classics have a way of making just about any grade of gearheads neck break as they rumble by, especially when it comes to the latest Mopars. The scalding hot and aggressive looks are enough to sizzle your retinas, … Continue Reading ››

Protecting Your V8 Killer – Catch Can R&D, Part 2: Production

This 2011-2014 Ford F-150 3.5L EcoBoost Catch Can Kit is now on Pre-Sale! Click here to check it out! Gasoline direct injection (GDI) has existed for over 100 years. Since its introduction into the automotive industry in the early 1950’s, GDI has had an off-and-on relationship with cars and trucks. Today, it looks like GDI is here to stay. With … Continue Reading ››

Universally Guarded – Universal High-Flow Catch Can R&D, Part 2: Universal No More

This 2003-2007 Ford 6.0L Direct-Fit Baffled Oil Catch Can Kit is now on pre-sale! Check it out here! Even if you’re good at it, science often takes a long time. It seems like every year we hear about a new scientific discovery that’s going to change our lives forever. Within a few months’ time, the wonder has faded, and the … Continue Reading ››

Going the Distance – Aluminum Degas Tank, Part 1: Stock Review

Few activities in the automotive world are less fun than trying to gauge the fluid level inside an aging coolant tank. Like cleaning a bathroom drain, it’s a not-so-subtle reminder that no matter how clean you keep the outside, there’s something nasty happening inside. In the case of the 6.4L Powerstroke engine, the cast iron block and porous plastic tank … Continue Reading ››

Legendary Cooling – Performance Radiator R&D, Part 3 – Production Sample

We all have that one friend that just can’t seem to make up their mind. Indecision isn’t just a bad habit for them, it’s a way of life. At any minute you’re a shrug or an “I don’t care” away from utter frustration. I have to level with you folks, I am that person. Which makes it less weird to … Continue Reading ››

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