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Why Coat Engine Parts?

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Engine Parts Engine Parts

Most engines have alloy heads which absorb heat from the combustion process. This is wasted energy as the heat generated should be transferred to work on the piston or kept in the exhaust gas for the quickest evacuation.

Camcoat reduce the wasted heat by applying thermal barrier coatings (CBC2 or CBX) to the combustion chamber and valve face all in one operation and to the exhaust port passages (TLHB).

Used in combination with the piston coatings we have seen 5% improvements in engine power as the tuner can modify ingnition timings or air/fuel ratios to take advantage of the changed combustion conditions.

Coatcomp Finning P20 DFL

• Valve stems, cams and followers are coated with dry film lubricants to reduce friction and improve durability.
• Valve springs are coated with the TLML lubricant to reduce the heat generated by flexing and movement during engine running which increases spring pressure retention by up to 3 times.
• Cam, crank and small end shell bearings are coated with DFL-1 material which was specifically formulated for this function with the requirement for working under extreme loading pressures.
• The outside surfaces of the head are coated with the TLTD thermal dispersant to radiate away as much heat as possible.

 

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