11-30-2006, 06:51 AM #1
Increasing wear time and reliability
I thought I might revisit the whole deep croyogenic tempering deal. I think it would be awesome for everything from the pump workings to the engine innards and everything in between. It oblivioulsy works and is NOT that expensive.
Supercharger washers? Valvetrain? Rods? Pistons? Driveshafts? etc....
11-30-2006, 07:10 AM #2
I was just recently introduced to this technique and was suprised to find even the Formula race engines get the deep freeze before assembly.
When I did some looking around with my buddies that have dragsters and the such, they all SWEAR by the process and its effectiveness.
I didn't read article but I think this is supposed to relax the metals and relieve stress on the components allowing much extended life.
You're right crazy, it's inexpensive enough to where it warrants a try. My next engine going together is going to get the deep freeze.
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