Mishimoto is a leader in performance cooling. Their engineers understand the devastating consequences of excessive engine temperatures and are passionate about heat dissipation. Mishimoto cooling system components are engineered to exceed the performance of stock systems, liberating more heat faster because when temps stay low rpms can go up.
Mishimoto was started in 2003. It's run by automotive enthusiasts who live to engineer products for like-minded people. They invest heavily in advanced engineering tools that help them create technically superior heat exchangers and radiators. Rigorous testing generates numbers to prove how their products perform while 3D printed mock-ups verify dimensions so you know they'll fit.
Radiators are at the heart of engine cooling, but they can't do it all. Performance vehicles need oil coolers, intercoolers, hoses, thermostats and expansion tanks, all of which are engineered by Mishimoto. Whether you're driving a GTi, an RS Ford, a WRX or a hot (pun intended,) Chevy, MAP has the Mishimoto parts you need, (and there’s free shipping and insurance on orders over $199!).
Today's Mishimoto product range extends beyond cooling. Their expertise in fluid flow has taken them into intakes and exhausts, both downpipes and cat-back systems. These are available through our easy-to-search website, along with oil catch cans, mounting brackets and cool shift knobs and oil filler caps.
For Mishimoto performance comes first but appearance is a close second. They take pride in producing automotive parts that look like the highly-engineered items they are. Install Mishomoto performance cooling components and you'll be forever popping the hood to show off your engine bay..
Mishomotos attention to detail extends beyond how their parts work and look. It shows in the packaging they've designed and the support they provide. Mishimoto stand behind their products with an extensive library of installation guides and videos. If you haven't done a lot of work on cooling systems a Mishimoto upgrade can seem intimidating, but it really shouldn't. Just tap into their resources to learn what's involved and before you know it you'll be enjoying the benefits of an upgraded cooling system.