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Working on a Cooler Coyote – Oil Cooler R&D, Part 3: Cooler Fabrication

In our last post, we took a look at the fabrication of our oil cooler bracket and the prototype heat exchanger. We’ve settled on the final bracket design, and now we are moving on to the heat exchanger.

Heat Exchanger Fabrication

The lead engineer on this project, Dan, plans to test several designs, including an all new heat exchanger design for this … Continue Reading ››

Let Your Ponies Be Heard – Exhaust Component R&D, Part 4: Test Results

In our last post, we wrapped up the fabrication of our X- and H-pipes. Now that we have some excellent looking prototypes, it is time to put them to the test. We are not expecting much in the way of power with this modification; however we still want to give these resonator deletes the rundown for sound benefit. [caption id="attachment_7327" align="alignnone" … Continue Reading ››

Working on a Cooler Coyote – Cooler R&D, Part 2: Bracket Fabrication

Prototype Bracket

Last time, we looked at how we began our bracket design and also the location of the oil cooler. Our design has certainly progressed since then. After we were certain of the dimensions of the bracket, we ditched the cardboard for some steel. Using our waterjet the engineers cut out our first functional prototype bracket. The waterjet is one … Continue Reading ››

One Rad GT – Radiator R&D, Part 1: Stock Evaluation

As many of you are aware, we have explored nearly every inch of our GT in a quest to bring you some seriously awesome Mustang parts. While catch cans and oil coolers are exciting, we have a hunch that the most anticipated product is the Mustang radiator. Aluminum radiators are the staple component among our various product lines, so we … Continue Reading ››

Let Your Ponies Be Heard – Exhaust Component R&D, Part 3: The X-Pipe

Last time we took a look at what went into creating the jig for our Mustang H-pipe. This same process will be applied to create a jig for our Mustang X-pipe designs. We have plans laid out to create three different X-pipe designs to test on the Mustang GT. It is interesting that the same jig will be used for each … Continue Reading ››