Private Label

Product offerings and inquiries

BENEFITS OF MISHIMOTO PRIVATE LABEL

Mishimoto has 15+ years of experience engineering and manufacturing
complete performance cooling. We take pride in working with companies
across the globe and helping them achieve their perfect cooling system.

Cost and product analysis

Engineering consulting and discussion

Reliable lead times

Robust quality control and inspection reports

Rapid Prototyping

CUSTOM MANUFACTURING

YOU THINK IT, WE BUILD IT

  • Professionally designed, engineered, and tested products for commercial and retail use
  • Experience with Industrial, Automotive, and Agricultural applications

OTHER PRODUCTS FOR PRIVATE LABEL

COMPLETE COOLING SYSTEMS

  • Aluminium Radiators
  • Heat Exchangers
  • Silicone Hoses
  • Thermostats
  • Aluminum Expansion Tanks

CHARGED AIR COMPONENTS

  • Tube-and-Fin / Bar-and-Plate
  • Complete Intercooler Systems
  • Pipe and Boot Kits
  • Intercooler Cores
  • Aluminum Expansion Tanks

OIL & TRANSMISSION COOLERS

  • Complete kits
  • Tube-and-Fin / Bar-and-Plate Coolers
    (with AN fittings, dual pass or single pass)

SILICONE

  • Hoses
  • Couplers
  • Elbows
  • Reducers

INTAKE SYSTEMS

  • Complete Intake Systems
  • Intake Filters
  • Filter Housings
  • Piping

OTHER

  • Oil filler / Radiator Caps
  • Shift Knobs
  • Accessories

PRIVATE LABEL INQUIRIES

1. Your Info
2. Brief Product Overview

SEE THE R&D BEHIND OUR PRODUCTS

  • Dual Drive – Performance Intake for the 2023+ Nissan Z
    Mishimoto Performance Air Intake for the 2023+ Nissan Z

    When Nissan planted the powerful VR30DDTT 3L V6 engine with twin turbochargers in the Nissan Z, there wasn’t much room left in the engine bay. The cramped area didn’t allow enough space to accommodate the traditional top-and-bottom-split airbox design, so they created a unique single-piece airbox with vertically inserted panel filters that maximized flow while minimizing size.

    As enthusiasts and engineers, we tipped our hats to appreciate the work Nissan did with this design. But we couldn’t help but ask ourselves—how can we make it even better?

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  • Armor Up – Engine Skid Plate for the 2023+ Nissan Z
    Armor Up – Engine Skid Plate for the 2023+ Nissan Z

    When it hit the market in late 2022, the new Nissan Z turned heads. Released as a replacement for the Nissan 370Z, the 2023 Z featured a fresh, sleek new design with a 400 horsepower engine that could do 0-60mph in 4.3 seconds. The only problem? Due to international chip shortages and production bottlenecks, they were almost impossible to find.

    Buyers who got their hands on a new Nissan Z count themselves among a lucky few. While the Z is a vehicle meant to be driven fast and hard, it’s understandable that owners might be hesitant to risk damaging a car that they worked so hard to get—especially since the new Nissan Z comes with a plastic oil pan.

    To lessen these concerns, we set out to develop a layer of protection that would give Z owners the confidence to drive aggressively. The result of these efforts is the new direct-fit Engine Skid Plate for the 2023+

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  • Road Test Results – Baffled Oil Catch Can for 2024+ Mustang V8
    Road Test Results – Baffled Oil Catch Can for 2024+ Mustang V8

    We’re entering the fourteenth year of production for Ford’s 5.0L Coyote V8 engine, and in that time the Coyote has made a name for itself. It’s a powerful, throaty engine that’s been in the Mustang GT since the 2011 model year. Since its inception, the folks at Ford have managed to squeeze an extra 68 horsepower out of the Coyote with the new 2024 Mustang GT boasting 480 horsepower. Despite these gains, one issue the Coyote has had for years still persists—excessive blow-by.

    What is Blow-by?

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