Monthly Archives: April 2024

  1. Image of the Mishimoto Aluminum Coolant Expansion Tank installed in the engine bay of a 2024+ Ford Mustang EcoBoost

    Cool & Collected – Aluminum Coolant Expansion Tank for the 2024+ Ford Mustang

    Every owner of a performance vehicle knows the importance of keeping their car running cool, but not everyone knows where to start when it comes to upgrading their cooling system. For owners of the 2024+ Ford Mustang looking to take the next step in performance and reliability for their car’s cooling system, it’s best to start with the basics—the coolant expansion tank.

    The stock coolant expansion tank on the 2024+ Ford Mustang leaves a lot to be desired. The plastic construction isn’t just an eyesore, it’s not designed to stand the test of time. After repeated heat cycles the plastic yellows and becomes brittle, leading to a higher risk of cracking and coolant leakage. This risk only increases when the vehicle is driven hard, such as fast laps at the track or hard pulls on the dragstrip.

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  2. An image of the Mishimoto Performance Transmission Cooler for the 1999-2013 Chevy Silverado and GMC Sierra.

    The Heat is On – Performance Transmission Cooler for 1999-2013 Chevy Silverado & GMC Sierra

    For truck owners who depend on their vehicle for work, reliability and performance are paramount. Whether your truck is a construction fleet vehicle or a dedicated tow rig, one of its greatest enemies is heat — especially when it comes to the transmission.

    Transmissions can generate a lot of heat, especially when towing, driving in rough conditions, and off-roading. This becomes more of a problem when they’re paired to a powerful engine, such as those used in GMT800 and GMT900 trucks, which is why we’ve been hard at work developing our Performance Transmission Cooler for the 1999-2013 Chevy Silverado and GMC Sierra.

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