We’ve discussed R&D for many of our typical product segments for the Fiesta ST. These include our in-progress aluminum radiator, our already released catch can kit and oil cooler solution, as well as our nearly complete intake system and exhaust components (both cat-back and downpipe). Our company is also known for its strong line of heat exchangers, so we certainly need to see what can be done about the undersized stock intercooler on the Fiesta.
Heat is a big enemy of the Fiesta, as many have already discovered during track driving. High oil temperatures, high coolant temperatures, and a heat-soaked intercooler … Continue Reading ››
Time to review our data so we can finally put a close on this project. The product development process for this front-mount intercooler has taken months and has also helped refine several of our processes. Before we move into the testing data, our first portion of this post will cover the physical benefits of our intercooler. By providing a more efficient heat exchanger, … Continue Reading ››
We are nearing the end of this build. As mentioned in the last post, we wanted to put our core to the test and provide some cooling efficiency data that our customers could use. We decided to modify our 2010 STi to add some heat and power to the CAC system for testing. Information regarding our vehicle is listed below.
2010 Subaru … Continue Reading ››
As promised, we have a couple cool images showing these kits fully installed on our test vehicles. Check them out below!
First, our full kit installed on our shop 2003 WRX Bugeye wagon!
This intercooler fills out the bumper completely … Continue Reading ››
It was time to turn our attention to the last pipe kit, this one would be for the 2008-2014 STI. Our GR WRX kit turned out very nice, and our goal is to emulate that kit as closely as possible. First, we removed the factory top-mount intercooler.
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