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    Supercharge Hot

    How hot does the supercharge run with the RR wheel in it thanks gord


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    Output air temps are probably around 275 degrees.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Green Hulk View Post
    Output air temps are probably around 275 degrees.
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    yea, feel your pipe going to the IC after a run, its hot....Feel the discharge pipe from the IC to the manifold, its COOOOOOLLLLL...in comparision....

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    Also keep in mind on top of the added heat from compression that housing gets extremely hot and heat soaked once the engine is up and at running temperature.

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    http://www.techlinecoatings.com/BulkEngine.htm
    Hoss turned me on to this site..Good Info
    TLTD
    Thermal dispersant
    Remove powder coating from SC housing & SC to IC discharge tube
    Apply TLTD
    Hopefully,..I'll have this done & another "crazy" idea to lower SC discharge temps before this offseason..so as to post some results.
    Last edited by lugnut; 07-31-2007 at 10:32 AM.

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    I'm not sure if that thermal coating would be a good or bad idea. I would imagine bad since I believe it will hold the heat in the supercharger. Ceramic coatings are good for things like exhaust manifolds/headers because it helps keep the heat inside the manifold instead of radiating to under the "hood" So by coating the charger housing you may be holding the heat from the compression inside the charger and preventing it from radiating away.

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    TLTD
    Thermal Disperant THERMAL DISPERSANT
    Part #Quart 3132
    Gallon 3128
    • Rapidly disperses heat away from a coated component
    • More evenly distributes heat over a coated surface
    • Aids in cooling heat sensitive parts
    • Excellent for intake manifolds, brake components, oil pans etc…
    • Very good chemical and corrosion resistance
    • Black in color
    • Cosmetically appealing
    • Requires baking. Cures at 300f minimum. Must be oven baked
    ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Thermal barrier
    CBX POWERKOTE (Cermet Coating Thermal barrier)


    Part #
    3 oz. 2253
    • Designed for Performance engines running; Nitrous oxide, Supercharged or Turbocharged. For all other applications use CBC2
    • Creates a hard surface specifically designed for engines running High volumes of fuel and/or high compression ratios
    • Thermal barrier coating
    • Reduces part temperature. Keeps heat in combustion chamber longer through the power stroke
    • Increase torque and H.P. Increase combustion chamber efficiency
    • Reduce fuel consumption
    • Water based no hazardous fumes, non flammable
      Requires baking. Cures at 350f for 1 hour.
      Must be oven cured
    Last edited by lugnut; 07-31-2007 at 12:11 PM.

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    Alright I didn't see the Thermal Disperant. That may provide an advantage if applied to Supercharger. The second item listed I would not apply to superchager. That is more for Exhaust tubes or internal engine components.

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