Mishimoto's Performance Intake R&D Thread

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Hey Guys,

Apologies for the radio silence on this project as of late, BUT I have big update for you! Our testing results post is now live! Make sure that you head to our Engineering Blog to get the full scoop!

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Additionally, the wait is over to get one of these intake kits as our presale is now live! Make sure that you get in on the special pricing while it lasts

Performance Intake Kit, Fits Toyota GR Supra 3.0T, 2020+
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As always feel free to shoot me any questions that you might have!

Thanks,
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Sale Price $367.95

@Mishimoto Great write up as usual. Thanks for clearly stating what is and what isn't possible along with great pictures and detailed specs!!
 
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No price available on the link?
Since we're currently only offering the presale, the kit is not yet available on our international sites, unfortunately

Sale Price $367.95

@Mishimoto Great write up as usual. Thanks for clearly stating what is and what isn't possible along with great pictures and detailed specs!!
Much appreciated!

-Nick
 

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Stock intake on mine..

Replaced with Forge unit

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Mishimoto catch can after around 1000km :nono: Not a single oil drop

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Stock intake on mine..

Replaced with Forge unit

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Mishimoto catch can after around 1000km :nono: Not a single oil drop

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Mine hasn't smoked yet, I have around 2k+ kms on my Mishimoto bottom catch can & Verus top catch can

Will be interesting to pull them to bits & the intake/charge pipes to see where the oil is now.

There was plenty in the intake/charge pipes in the past.
 

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Mine hasn't smoked yet, I have around 2k+ kms on my Mishimoto bottom catch can & Verus top catch can

Will be interesting to pull them to bits & the intake/charge pipes to see where the oil is now.

There was plenty in the intake/charge pipes in the past.
Looks like a good combo happy it works for you:thumbsup:
 

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Stock intake on mine..

Replaced with Forge unit

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Mishimoto catch can after around 1000km :nono: Not a single oil drop

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I have nothing against these guys.. Just my honest sightings
Any pictures from the Forge's oil accumulation?
 
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3 cars in Kuwait 3 of them made smoke (mine lately)

Stock intake on mine..

Replaced with Forge unit

1445817D-BCBB-4672-9EEE-34F696FE2CA4.jpeg


Mishimoto catch can after around 1000km :nono: Not a single oil drop

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I have nothing against these guys.. Just my honest sightings
We're still looking into what could potentially be causing the smoke from the tailpipes, though we haven't been able to recreate the problem here. I'll be sure to update the catch can thread with any findings.

Also, no blow-by isn't necessarily a bad thing, especially on a new vehicle. If anything that's a sign of a well-built vehicle. Over time you should start seeing more in there which is just general wear and tear of an engine. Not to mention that the amount of blow-by collected is dependent on a few factors, including driving style and the climate that you're in. Judging from this photo it does look like there is blow-by being captured, plus the drain line is going to fill up before you'll see any accumulation in the can itself.


Would love to hear some sound clips before preordering.
You're in luck, our video team is actually working on that currently. I'll post it up here once it's ready!


Thanks,
Nick
 

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