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Sounds from an American Muscle Car – Exhaust R&D, Part 4: Sound Check

A Gaggle of Pipes,

Hello everyone! You may remember from our previous 2016 Camaro SS Exhaust post that we have decided to move forward with five different systems for this car. It is my pleasure to let you know that all our Camaro exhaust prototypes have been completed. We’ve been busy testing and re-testing for … Continue Reading ››

I Am the Aux Rad – Auxiliary Radiator R&D, Part 4: Decision, Test, and Pre-Sale

Welcome to a very special update on one of the more unique Camaro parts we’ve got in our R&D arsenal: The Mishimoto 2016+ Camaro Auxiliary Radiators. If you're just joining us now, learn all about the stock auxiliary Camaro radiator in our first post.

Last time, we discussed two possible design options for these heat exchangers, but now … Continue Reading ››

The Tale of the Ugly Hose – Silicone Hose Kit, Pictures and Pre-Sale!

Mishimoto 2016+ Camaro SS Coolant Hose Kit Pre-Sale

Greetings, Camaro owners, and welcome to the first and only blog post about the new 2016+ Camaro SS silicone radiator hose kit. To get you all in the mood, let me grease you up with a little ditty about something to which we ALL can relate. (maybe).

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Eliminating the Eyesore – Expansion Tank R&D, Part 3: Test Fit

Welcome, Camaro enthusiasts, to the latest progress report on our 2016 Camaro coolant expansion tank. I know that it’s been a little while since our last update, but as Santa Claus my mother always told 8-year-old me when I’d ask for a Power Wheels car: Good things come to those who wait. I’m still … Continue Reading ››

Baby You’re an Aux Rad – Auxiliary Radiator R&D, Part 3: 3D Print Test Fit

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

When we left off last time, I teased you a bit with a couple of 3D models representing the possible directions in which we might be taking the Mishimoto Camaro SS auxiliary radiator design. We have continued the discussion among our engineering team and have not yet come to a … Continue Reading ››