DFL on Stem Thermal Barrier on Face
DFL on stem Fillet and Face
Combustion chamber Coating
DFL on cam thermal barrier on chamber
DFL film coating on cam journal
First you want to make a thermodynamic barrier around you combustion chamber. The piston crown is the bottom of an engines combustion chamber heat entering you piston will make it weaker also remember metal is weak as it gets hotter.
Block the heat from making its way to your cooling system coolant and heat soaking your cylinder head causing detonation.
Gain higher performance. Increased compression can be maintained giving you more resistance to detonation. Lower the load on the cooling system. You will Also reduce your combustion chamber size and this is what ever engine needs.
When you block heat from making its way to your cooling system and heat soaking your pistons and cylinder head your putting an end to part of the situations that cause detonation.
With our coatings you can gain higher performance from increased compression that can be maintained giving you more resistance to detonation once the parts are protected by our coatings. You can also lower the load on the your cooling system. You will Also reduce your combustion chamber size and this is what ever engine needs because where heat goes this becomes a part of your combustion chamber.
Why you should thermal barrier coat your valves
We apply anti friction coating to valve stems and filets for 2 to 3 purpose for one it lowers the valve train friction extend the life of your valve seals keeps carbon off your engines valve filet surface. once carbon is on your valve filet surface your engine will start to have aerodynamic problem with your intake flow. Carbon deposit will become kindling or a second spark plug firing off you combustion when ever is want to and you will be in big trouble if this happens.
Valves are doors to your intake and exhaust runners, combustion explosion will heat your closed valves by the way of convection causing your engine to detonate and loose horse power.
Coating your cylinder heads, valve face and combustion chamber you will notice a sharper throttle response. You can put in more timing advance making more horse power.