Chevrolet Camaro 2.0T Performance Intake 2016+

  1. "The TurboChevy" Intake R&D, Part 4: Hard Work Pays Off

    "The TurboChevy" Intake R&D, Part 4: Hard Work Pays Off

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    It certainly has been no picnic to get to this point. However, working on this unique, factory-turbocharged application from Chevy has brought to light the importance of the type of testing we do for our intake projects. We've gone through many configurations, spent countless design hours and logged hundreds of miles of road testing. This isn't overkill at Mishimoto, we deem it a necessity.

    The amount of time that passed by was no mistake. We spared no R&D expense with this kit. Being as thorough as possible with every aspect of how it looked and the type of performance it delivered was a priority. In the last update, we went through why we encountered a few hiccups during testing, but we took our time in working through

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  2. "The TurboChevy" Intake R&D, Part 3: Back To The Drawing Board

    "The TurboChevy" Intake R&D, Part 3: Back To The Drawing Board

    Research and Development (R&D) - Work directed toward the innovation, introduction, and improvement of products and processes.

    The research and development process can get tricky. Sometimes, at a moment when you think you have a perfectly working product, that's ready for the masses; something just goes awry. This isn't necessarily a bad thing. We welcome situations like this, especially during this late in the development stage, because we're able to catch unexpected issues early. It's not like we want you to deal with them. That's why we do so much testing. As the definition states, this work needs to be directed, in part, toward the improvement of products and processes. We take this attitude with each and every design that leaves our R&D facility for production. As an example, we implemented some modifications to the last design you guys saw for this Camaro 2.0T intake project, even though those changes were minor. I still want to walk you

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  3. "The TurboChevy" - Intake R&D, Part 2: Weighing Our Options

    "The TurboChevy" - Intake R&D, Part 2: Weighing Our Options

    The team developing this intake for our 2016 Chevy Camaro 2.0T or what I call "The TurboChevy" has been buzzing with activity. In the last post, we discussed the stock intake and analyzed each component to get a good understanding of its design. There were several ways our engineers could have created an intake for this system, and we tried and tested a few of those designs, which yielded some interesting results.

    If you followed our 2016+ Camaro SS intake development, you'd see that we went through multiple designs to achieve the desirable.  In some ways this project is similar; let's walk through what we found!

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  4. "The TurboChevy" - Intake R&D, Part 1: The Stock System

    "The TurboChevy" - Intake R&D, Part 1: The Stock System

    Chevy really decided to make history with this brand-new Camaro. It has the smallest motor ever offered in a Camaro and also marks the first Camaro with a four-cylinder power-plant since the third generation. This is also the first time any Camaro has been offered with a factory-installed turbocharger. To put that in perspective, the last time any Chevy even offered a factory-turbocharged, rear wheel drive vehicle with a manual transmission was back in the 1960's with the Corvair! My parents weren't even out of grade school yet!

    This 2.0L turbocharged LTG Ecotec motor puts out a factory-rated 275hp with 295ft-lbs of torque at the crank. If you haven't already, see below for a quick clip of the stock dyno pulls we made on this car to see what numbers we were able to get!

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