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Mishimoto R&D: 2010-2014 F-150/Raptor Aluminum Radiator

Discussion in 'Ford Raptor Engine Discussion and Performance Mods' started by Mishimoto, Jan 2, 2019.

  1. Mishimoto

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    We design most of our products to work with the stock vehicle components, but I can talk to our engineer and see if he thinks anything with our radiator would interfere with supercharger kits. I would think a roots-style SC would not have any issues, but a Procharger/centrifugal SC might due to the intercooler and extra piping.

    Thanks,
    -Steve
     
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    Good to know. Selfishly, as a Roush guy, don’t care about the latter. If roots style is part of the ideation that gives me some confidence. Thanks!
     
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    I will definitely run it by the engineer on the project. Most of our size increase will stay within the stock radiator's envelope, so it doesn't look like the pulleys or intake would cause any interference, but I'll let you know what he says.

    Thanks!
    -Steve
     
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    Hey Guys!

    Exciting news here from Mishimoto! The next installment of our radiator development is now live over on the Engineering Blog, so make sure you head over there to get the full scoop.

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    Since the last post we've had our production samples arrive and also put our radiator design through the ringer on the Dynapacks. Head on over to the Engineering Blog for a look at how our design stacks up.

    And for the cherry on top, our Raptor Radiator is now on presale, so make sure you get in on the sale while it lasts

    2010-2014 Ford F-150 Raptor Performance Radiator

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    As always, feel free to shoot over any questions you might have!

    -Nick
     
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    That's beautiful. DO WANT. Wish I could get in on the preorder but will likely have to wait, definitely getting one along with silicone hoses.
     
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    @Mishimoto Excellent! This and you silicone hose kit is looking like my next modification. How long is the presale?
     
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    Thanks! We're looking to start shipping these out before the end of May. I'll bump the thread and let you all know when it gets closer to the end of the pre-sale.

    Thanks again,
    -Steve
     
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    Hey everybody,

    Just wanted to let you know that the pre-sale for this radiator has ended. Thank you to everybody who ordered, you should be receiving shipping information soon, if you haven't already.

    Thanks again!

    -Steve
     
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    Have you guys thought about producing supercharger kits for the first gen raptors both 6.2 and 5.4?
     
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    As cool as that would be, it's not really in our wheelhouse. That and competing with the likes of Roush, Whipple, and ProCharger would probably be pretty difficult.

    Out of curiosity, what don't you like about the current supercharger offerings from those three?

    Thanks!
    -Steve
     

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