What do carbon-deposit caked valves, decreased fuel economy, oily intake tracts and inefficient combustion all have in common? The resulting effects of engine oil blow-by. During combustion, the top side of the piston forces combusted gasses, with remnants of fuel and oil past the piston rings, and into the crankcase. This would force the crankcase to become pressurized without some … Continue Reading ››
We are back with a much-needed update on our 13+ Dodge Cummins intercooler. For most of our projects, we work with a donor vehicle to conduct fitment and performance testing. Unfortunately, this also means being patient when donor vehicles are not available for us to use. The good news is that we will not have to be patient for much longer, … Continue Reading ››
Usually, when I write about our products here at Mishimoto, I’m looking for the underlying meaning behind driving. Our performance intakes don’t just let more air into your engine; they let it breathe as fast as you do when you’re pushing the car to its limits. Our oil coolers don’t just keep oil cooler; they give you the … Continue Reading ››
Interested in picking up our 2nd Gen Cummins intercooler or intercooler pipe kit? Check out the product pages linked below!
After running into some testing issues (transmission problems) with one of our donor trucks, we began looking for a new truck to bring … Continue Reading ››