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    CRYOGENICALLY TREATED crankshaft.

    Share your experience please!
    I want to strengthen the crankshaft for my FZR turbo . i found this company http://www.300below.com/motorsports/ .
    Who did? what nuances might be?
    Thanks!!!


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    I know of a couple highly respected race car engine builders who recommend cryo treatment. I've never tried it because it's really only necessary on very high horsepower applications, like a 1000+ HP small block. I have no idea what kind of power levels on a PWC engine would need it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 64physhy View Post
    I know of a couple highly respected race car engine builders who recommend cryo treatment. I've never tried it because it's really only necessary on very high horsepower applications, like a 1000+ HP small block. I have no idea what kind of power levels on a PWC engine would need it.
    Thanks!
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    with these problems we have encountered adjusting the motor on dyno , possible water these problems will not.but as I learned CRYOGENICALLY TREATED is inexpensive therefore consider the option gain such technology.

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    I didn't know it was supposed to add 50% to the strength and wear resistance. I thought it was more like 15%.

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    I'm guessing your tongue would really stick to these parts.

    Sorry, I had to say it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 64physhy View Post
    I know of a couple highly respected race car engine builders who recommend cryo treatment. I've never tried it because it's really only necessary on very high horsepower applications, like a 1000+ HP small block. I have no idea what kind of power levels on a PWC engine would need it.
    He is already hitting over 500 hp on that 4 cylinder. He has to much money lol

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    Gravedigger here in Currituck NC uses it for planatarys drive shafts, shocks and engine parts..... They claim it to make the stuff stronger

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    Quote Originally Posted by RickWhite View Post
    Gravedigger here in Currituck NC uses it for planatarys drive shafts, shocks and engine parts..... They claim it to make the stuff stronger
    Thanks!!
    The only way you try it yourself!
    I'll try to tell you my opinion!
    Thank you all for your answers!

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