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zeroracing
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posted May 13, 2005 08:01 AM  
anybody try high temp coatings? I mean like on piston tops? Valves? low friction coatings on other parts? ever use them? if so which ones? cost? and what differences were seen?

sdhnc29
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posted May 13, 2005 03:58 PM  
Yes we have used a variety of different coating's over the year's. At this moment my own personal engine (391ci all aluminum SB2.2) has coated piston's. The head is ceramic coated, and the skirt's have the anti friction coating. These are JE's FSR forging's (slipper skirt 393 grams). Swain Tech in New York did the coating's. JE is also offering a variety of coating's done in house now as well, which we have been using here lately.

Steve

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jpotter94
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Total posts: 94
posted May 13, 2005 04:03 PM  
our 388 has the coated pistons by mahle in it,we have seen that it does help/save on the skirts and cylinder wear..

outlawstock17
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posted May 13, 2005 04:37 PM  
i just had all of my solid lifter cams coated with an oil absorbing coating(i think). the company that did it said they had never had one of their coated cams go flat. the cost was only $35 per camshaft.

custom coatings in tulsa, ok did the coating.

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