I was able to find my dyno files on my old computer and thought I would post this information to show my experience with treated and untreated plugs.
On the chart you'll see two runs, one red and one blue. The red line is the first run. As the LC was being secured to the dyno, I installed a...
More wear resistance is the end result. I got started on this from a friend of mine who worked in the aerospace industry. Some of the matierials they would machine were quite hard and would dull some of their toolings pretty quickly. He had some tooling that would only last for 1-2 pieces before...
That is actually a very intelligent question.
First, I must explain why most parts fail in the first place. In most cases, it is due to metal fatigue. The cycles can be heat cycles or mechanical cycles, load cycles, etc. The definition is below:
“Fatigue occurs when a material is...
Here's a quick video that was made that simulates how two identical plugs react under the same conditions. The one on the left is a treated plug, the plug on the right is not. Notice how the plug on the right misfires and how much the spark jumps around trying complete the circuit. The plug on...
The prior post in the 80's section got deleted, so I had to repost it over here.
Cryo treating anything that conducts electricity will cause it to conduct more effeciently.
Here are some links that can do a better job of explaining than I can.
I'm getting ready to do another run of 80 series (1FZ-FE) ignition parts. I'm selling two "kits"
Kit 1 consists of:
Kit 2 is just the plugs.
All parts are genuine OEM and are treated by the leader in cryogenics treating.
Kit 1 - $225
Kit 2 - $66...