As we mentioned on the forums, we have been aggressively searching for a 2015 Ecoboost Mustang for product development! We are pleased to announce that our purchase has been made, and we are expecting our 2015 Mustang to arrive on Friday the 10th.
Our team is extremely excited to get this car into the shop and begin tearing it down to develop a performance radiator, intercooler, oil cooler kit, etc.
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Here at Mishimoto Automotive, we’re really excited for the new Ecoboost Mustang.
So excited in fact that we couldn’t wait for the car to get here to begin Product Development.
We have a factory Mustang intercooler in house and are going to begin analyzing it while we wait for a development car to arrive. In the meantime, we wanted to give our fellow enthusiasts a quick look at what the factory unit looks like.
Check out the video and image gallery below!
Video Link: https://www.mishimoto.com/mishimoto-review-mustang-2015-ecoboost-intercooler.html
With one round of successful development and data collection complete, our engineers set out to improve upon the first design. After gathering airflow data for different bumper locations, they decided to move the cooler to the lower bumper opening as opposed to the grille area. Instead of modifying the existing brackets, our team developed a new bracket that would suspend the cooler and attach directly to the bumper support. This new bracket not only brought the cooler to … Continue Reading ››
With our test vehicle in the shop, our team set to work planning our attack on this Mustang. Our primary goal was to achieve significant temperature decreases. We got this beast in the air and inspected our challenges with the oil sandwich plate location. Our standard and thermostatic sandwich plates use either a ¾-16 or M20 sandwich plate adapter. This component secures the sandwich plate between the block and the oil filter.
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There is so much to say about the Ford Mustang and its legendary history as a high-performance, tire-melting pony car. Ford has been constantly improving the chassis, engine, and body since the 1960s (minus a lapse in the mid-1970s … we forgive you, Ford), and the most recent vehicle is nothing short of fantastic. The Coyote 5.0L engine produces substantial power and is finding its way into a variety of vehicles as a great engine swap candidate. These … Continue Reading ››
An inside look at the engineering of Mishimoto products.