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 ››
The Project Begins
Looking to pair your 6.4L aluminum radiator with a nice set of silicone hoses? We thought so! After developing a variety of components for the 6.4L Powerstroke, we decided to take a closer look at the radiator hoses on this truck.
After Ford released this truck in 2008, there were … Continue Reading ››
With our testing complete, it was time to recap the results and see what kind of benefits our cooler was capable of producing. The testing procedures and information from our previous posts are outlined below.
Testing Procedures and Information
Vehicle: 2011 Chevrolet 2500 6.6L LML Duramax
Engine Modifications: None, all factory equipped
Ambient Temperature: 85°F (29.5°C)
Sensors: PLX Pressure and temperature sensors were placed on both the hot-side and cold-side intercooler boots.
Before we jump right into the testing data, let’s compare the physical aspects … Continue Reading ››
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