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Overflowing with Style – Overflow Tank, Part 2: Pre-Sale

Hello everyone, and welcome to the long-awaited second chapter in the saga of the Mishimoto BRZ expansion tank! I know it’s been a little while since our first update, and you all have waited patiently, so I am excited to share some good news about these BRZ parts (or FR-S parts).

Mishimoto's 2013+ BRZ Expansion … Continue Reading ››

Catch Can, Part 5: Overseas Updates!

For those who may be unaware, we've been working with some folks overseas in the UK and down-under in Australia to ensure that our catch can bracket has the best possible fit on right-hand drive GT86s, BRZs, and FR-Ss.  To learn more about the catch can's development process, check out our previous BRZ catch can R&D blog posts. … Continue Reading ››

The Fan Shroud Strikes Back – Fan Shroud Pre-Sale, Part 2: Installed Shots

Interested in Purchasing our BRZ/FR-S Fan Shroud Kit in Black? Our discounted Pre-Sale is already underway!

Mishimoto BRZ Fan Shroud Pre-sale

Greetings, padawans. I’m here again with a sequel to our first post on the black BRZ fan shroud. This will be a quick one, I promise, but I wanted to update you all … Continue Reading ››

Return of the Fan Shroud – Our BRZ Shroud Joins the Dark Side

Interested in Purchasing our BRZ/FR-S Fan Shroud Kit in Black? Our discounted pre-sale begins now!

BRZ/FR-S Black Fan Shroud Pre-Sale

  With every revolution of our planet around the sun, things change. Change can be minute or monumental; previously unimaginable trends surface, while established empires fall. Fresh movements are founded, archaic ideas become obsolete – existing products are refreshed, old products … Continue Reading ››

Tanks, But No Tanks – Overflow Tank, Part 1: OEM Review and 3D Models

I have been a big fan of Subaru vehicles for a substantial part of my life, and I have lots of experience with WRXs, but the BRZ (and FR-S) is still very new to me. Not too long ago, one of our engineers had his 2013 Subaru BRZ out in the parking lot, and I asked him to pop the hood … Continue Reading ››