Category Archives: F-150 EcoBoost

A Real F-150’N Beaut’! Vol. 2 – Intercooler R&D, Part 5: Data and Product Release

Many of you have been asking about the status of this project, and I have concrete information and data for you to look over as you make your decision on an intercooler for summer 2017. In the last update (which, I know was a while ago), we left you with what the final design of the core looked like, complete … Continue Reading ››

Cool Air for the EcoBoost – Intercooler Pipe R&D, Part 3: Performance Testing

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As the old cliché goes, some things just go together like peas in a pod. Peanut butter and jelly. Cold beer and tailgates. Intercoolers and intercooler pipes; you just can’t have one without the other. If you followed along with our 2011-14 … Continue Reading ››

A Real F-150’n Beaut’! – Intercooler R&D, Part 4: Final Aesthetic Form

As we approach the holidays, I want to get into the giving spirit by sharing some photos with you of how our final 2015+ F-150 EcoBoost intercooler will look. But first, I’d like to thank you all for your patience. This is a busy time of year, and the R&D for this intercooler has been an iterative one, … Continue Reading ››

Incredibly F-150’n Cool Fitment – Intercooler R&D, Part 3: 3D Printed Test Fit

Good afternoon, everyone, and welcome to the third update on the R&D process for the Mishimoto the 2015+ F-150 EcoBoost intercooler. For those of you joining us now who may not have seen our previous updates, you can check them out on our engineering blog. We reached out to you for some feedback, and decided to move forward … Continue Reading ››

Cool Air For the EcoBoost – Intercooler R&D, Part 8: Test Fit and Dyno Data

Greetings, folks, and welcome to the post you’ve all been waiting for! We’ve made a ton of progress lately on the Mishimoto 2011-14 EcoBoost Intercooler, so I am happy to present you with a detailed update. As such, I will cut right to the chase so that you can see what we’ve been working on.

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