There’s nothing quite like hearing the roar of an engine mixed with the whir of rollers spinning under your wheels, all while you watch the line on the graph climb. Running a powerful car on a dynamometer (dyno) is the epitome of instant gratification for gear-heads. Here at Mishimoto, we use our dynos on a daily basis. From all-wheel-drive (AWD) hatchbacks, like the Ford Focus RS, to the high-horsepower, rear-wheel-drive Chevrolet Camaro SS, and even trucks like the Nissan Titan XD. Almost every vehicle we bring in … Continue Reading ››
The Engineering Department here at Mishimoto has been buzzing with activity around our new Miata intake design. We’ve just constructed a prototype pipe and box, bringing us even closer to dynotesting! Let’s walk through the process.
It’s extremely important we pay close attention to detail on this project. From the beginning, we knew this box had to be made of aluminum, not steel, which is much too heavy. We also decided to utilize the factory air duct on this setup, so the box has an inlet accommodating that component.
Final Prototype Bracket
Welcome back! Our final bracket prototype is in and ready for installation. Check it out!
This bracket is constructed from 1/8” steel and is powder coated for additional protection against damage from road debris. We … Continue Reading ››
We mentioned in our 6.0L coolant filtration thread that we would be tackling the 6.4L as well. Let’s take a look at some of the components our team has been putting together for the 6.4L kit.
Although the 6.4L does not seem to be as susceptible to buildups as is the 6.0L, a coolant filtration setup is certainly still a worthy investment in preventive maintenance.
So let’s get started!
We’ll start with the filter housing. As mentioned in our 6.0L … Continue Reading ››
Our full prototype unit has arrived and is ready for some final test fitting! Before introducing our final product, let’s take one last look at the stock hose setup.
Now, check out the Mishimoto prototype kit!
A few … Continue Reading ››
An inside look at the engineering of Mishimoto products.