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Don’t Worry Baby – Catch Can R&D, Part 3: Drilling In and Striking Oil

Good afternoon, Camaro 2.0T and Cadillac ATS owners, and welcome to the latest R&D post for our 2013+ Cadillac ATS and 2016+ Camaro 2.0T catch can kit. For a recap on why you might want to remove blow-by from your engine, check out our technical article ALL about the nasty stuff. We’ve got some pretty awesome … Continue Reading ››

Help Me Ronda, Help Me Get ‘er Outta My Intake – Catch Can R&D, Part 2: Testing for Blow-by

Last time, in the first Camaro 2.0T catch can R&D post, we learned a little bit about blow-by, the CCV system, and how a catch can serves to prolong the life of your Camaro. If you need a refresher, we have a technical article all about why blow-by is terrible for your engine. We left … Continue Reading ››

Auxiliary Rads Forever – Auxiliary Radiator R&D, Part 2: 3D Models

2016+ Camaro Auxiliary Radiator Dicsounted Pre-Sale has begun!
 

For as long as there have been stories, there have been heroes. Likewise, almost every hero has a sidekick (if he’s lucky, at least). This concept spans a breadth of traditional mediums and relationships: George had Lenny, Aladdin had Abu, Jak had Daxter, and the Fresh Prince had Jazzy Jeff. … Continue Reading ››

Tell Her About Them – Exhaust R&D, Part 3: Axleback Options

Our Mishimoto chefs have been very busy in our R&D kitchen, cooking up some wonderful 2016 Camaro exhaust prototypes with our 3D-modeling CAD software. Using nothing short of the finest ingredients, they have created a suite of 2016 Camaro SS exhaust options that are so delicious, Guy Fieri’s mouth would surely be watering at the sight – though I’m sure … Continue Reading ››

She’s My Turbo Lover – Mishimoto’s New 2016 Camaro 2.0T Engineering Vehicle

One of the best parts about a small, dynamic company like Mishimoto is that there is never a dull moment around our R&D facility. Change happens frequently, and no two days are the same. At any given time, we’ve got a solid fleet of engineering vehicles at our disposal that serve as development platforms for our exciting new … Continue Reading ››