Now that we had our project objectives outlined, we could bring in a vehicle to begin the first stage of product development. After checking with our local contacts, we were able to locate the 2010 6.7L you see below!
A big thank you to the owner of this truck! Take a look under the hood. This truck was equipped with some … Continue Reading ››
Time to design an intercooler! Our first step toward this goal was to remove the intercooler so we could collect all the data points we needed. All front-end components were then removed from the truck to provide access.
Take a look at the … Continue Reading ››
Many of you may be following our other write-up regarding the development of our intercooler for the 2010–2012 6.7L Cummins. Along with designing and testing an incredibly efficient intercooler, we also worked to improve the engine cooling efficiency by crafting a performance aluminum radiator. A typical enthusiast may be wondering, why would I want to upgrade my radiator? Couldn’t I spend that money on modifications that make my truck faster, louder, and more fun? Possibly, but keep in mind the benefits … Continue Reading ››
Mishimoto joined the diesel world around 16 months ago, and since that time we have been providing unmatched cooling protection and performance for Powerstroke, Cummins, and Duramax engines. Using our knowledge and experience in the development of products for sport compact and European vehicles, our team is able to design, enhance, test, and manufacture a variety of beneficial components for your truck. We already carry a slew of products for Dodge Cummins trucks, including the following:
We recently decided to take a look at the issues surrounding the frequent radiator failures for the 6.4L, check out our findings below!
After identifying the radiator as a common failure point on the Ford 6.4L Powerstroke, Mishimoto was quick to develop a full aluminum cooling solution for the plastic end-tank factory radiator. We are well aware of the widespread issues with stock radiator leaking at the end tanks, core, and hoses. … Continue Reading ››
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