06-02-2009, 09:15 AM
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Obviously we did the research. But the topic is fuel economy.
From 300 Below
"Cryogenic tempering occurs after creating a significant increase in abrasive wear resistance and overall durability for an engine, resulting in improved tensile strength, toughness and stability within the metals. This helps release internal residual stresses, which were created when the engine was manufactured. Overall, our clients in the motorsports industry use cryogenic processing for stress relief, dimensional stabilization, increased wear resistance and durability for their engines and other high performance parts associated with the chassis."
Not once do they mention reduced friction and improved fuel efficiency, you claim what 300 Below doesn't but give them as some sort of proof, still haven't seen evidence on efficiency.
Wear resistance is the closes they come but that's not the same thing.
2005 Impulse Red 4x2 Access cab 2.7L 5-speed SR5.
Last edited by worthywads; 06-03-2009 at 07:37 AM.
Reason: remove any refrence to OP