Hey everyone! I know it’s been a little while since our last post, but that’s because we’ve been so busy working on this 2016 Camaro SS radiator and our numerous other active projects
. However, I come bearing good news!
You may remember from our second 2016 Camaro radiator post that I mentioned we would be back in the next installment with 3D-printed prototypes. Things change, however, and I’m happy to say that we’ve made some quick progress on this radiator, so I’m going to do one better than promised and cut straight to ACTUAL prototypes.
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Greetings everyone! I hope you all enjoyed Cinco de Mayo last week. We celebrated here at the Mishimoto R&D Center with a salsa and dip competition – let me tell you, many of our team members have just as much talent in the kitchen as they do in the design center (and those of us who don’t were grateful taste testers).
Though our schedules have been VERY busy with projects, the beginning of show season, and maybe a few siestas here and there (definitely a necessity after all those corn chips!), our engineers have been able to squeeze in some time … Continue Reading ››
Mishimoto has been involved in the heat exchanger business for quite some time. Our team has produced many optimal aftermarket cooling solutions for vehicles new and old. We are finding now that OE heat exchangers have been improving substantially. This is occurring because vehicle curb weights have risen, and the horsepower war has continued to produce increasingly massive power output numbers.
Now, this isn’t to say there isn’t room for improvement. Stock cooling systems are typically adequate for a stock vehicle in street-driving conditions and in some instances, light track driving. Once owners begin adding sticky tires for longer-duration lapping, stock … Continue Reading ››