Tag Archives: cooling

A Cooler Cummins- Intercooler R&D, Part 5: Test Results

Waiting is never an enjoyable pastime, and I feel confident saying this as a rather impatient individual, especially when it comes to ordering parts. After the initial wincing as I type my credit card information in and press confirm, I try to be patient only to end up refreshing my tracking number periodically throughout the day. Even at this moment … Continue Reading ››

A Real F-150’n Beaut’! – Intercooler R&D, Part 4: Final Aesthetic Form

As we approach the holidays, I want to get into the giving spirit by sharing some photos with you of how our final 2015+ F-150 EcoBoost intercooler will look. But first, I’d like to thank you all for your patience. This is a busy time of year, and the R&D for this intercooler has been an iterative one, … Continue Reading ››

Defending the Titan- Coolant Filtration Kit R&D, Part 2: Final Prototype

Last time, we took an in-depth look at coolant filtration kits and how they can benefit our Titan. We gave you a sneak peek at what the final bracket for the Titan XD coolant filtration kit will look like. If you missed out on that you can check out the whole post on our engineering blog.

Finalizing the brackets

These brightly … Continue Reading ››

Mopar, Mo’ Cooling – Aluminum Radiator R&D, Part 2: Test, Test, Test

The 5.7L fitment of this radiator is now in pre-sale! Get it now for more than 30% off!

2006-16 Dodge Charger 5.7L V8 Aluminum Radiator Pre-Sale

2005-13, 2015 Chrysler 300 5.7L V8 Aluminum Radiator Pre-Sale

2009-16 Dodge Challenger 5.7L V8 Aluminum Radiator Pre-Sale

America loves the V8...and so do I

The American V8 has always held … Continue Reading ››

A Cooler Cummins – Intercooler R&D, Part 4: Final Prototype

We are back with a much-needed update on our 13+ Dodge Cummins intercooler. For most of our projects, we work with a donor vehicle to conduct fitment and performance testing. Unfortunately, this also means being patient when donor vehicles are not available for us to use. The good news is that we will not have to be patient for much longer, … Continue Reading ››