Our Level I Tcase is going to be going into testing next week, we hope to get some great results after testing and we are able to provide you with this great piece.
Some of the pieces that went out for treatment:
392 Stroker, Builder Bill TC, Builder Bill tranny, LXAS LVLI Tcase, Novi 1500 10.5psi, 150 shot of nitrous, tuned by Josh @ HHP
2006 300C AWD SOLD
2012 300S AWD
Yes cryo treatment, the seals on the transfer case are a pain to get, mag-yum that lives by me is going to be using my seals because i dont want him to be waiting on me ordering new seals for him so i never got to reassemble mine, plus he's a better subject than i am. He's a magnum awd 426 stroker and supercharged.
Hey Bill can you explain better the cryo treatment?
MODS..AFE II, DIABLO PREDATOR,SRT EXHAUST,INERTIA HEADS AND SPARTAN CAM(BOB@SVS TUNED)
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The cryo treatment is a freezing process, the parts go into a freezer over the weekend about 48 hours the process takes. The freezer goes down to about -300 degrees farenheit. It changes the structure of the material making it much stronger. It often makes parts 300% stronger. Heres some more info:
Cryogenic treatment, which is sometimes called cryogenic tempering or cryogenic processing, utilizes ultra-cold temperatures to modify the micro-structure of metals and other materials. It has been widely adopted as a cost reduction and performance enhancing technology. Cryo treatment is also used as an enabling technology, when its stress relieving benefits are utilized to permit the fabrication (or machining) of critical tolerance parts.
The Cryo treatment process uses sub-zero temperatures down to –300ºF to modify the micro-structure of the material. Cryogenic treatment promotes additional transformations in metals. It ultimately improves the performance of the metal.
Cryo treatment is an extension of the heat-treating process that further enhances metals in the following ways:
Cryo treated metals enjoy the following benefits:
- Relieves residual stresses
- Promotes a more uniform micro-structure
- Precipitates eta-carbides in steels for increased resistance to wear
Cryogenic treatment can make a major contribution to solving these problems:
- Longer life due to reduced wear
- Less failures due to cracking that result from the propagation of stress lines
- Improved thermal properties
- Better electrical properties with reduced electrical resistance
- Reduced coefficient of friction on polished metals
- Less creep & walk, and improved flatness for critical tolerance parts
- Easier machining, polishing and grinding for better edges and finishes
- High abrasive wear in cutting tools, molds, dies, brake rotors, gears, engine components, etc.
- High corrosive wear in chemical, food, and oil equipment applications.
- High erosive wear from, water, slurries and other abrasive grit carriers.
- Distortions induced by design, forming, machining or environment.
- Stress relief in complex tools, components, and welds.
- Stress relief cracking of weld zones.
- Surface finishing in any application where long life is needed.
- Stabilization in parts and components as a result of stresses.
- Machinability in aluminum and copper parts.
- Electrode life in copper resistance welding electrodes (Type 1, 2, 3, 4, 11 & 13).
- Former owner of a 2007 Charger R/T AWD -
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'13 Mustang GT 6-spd man, Sterling Gray, Recaro seats, Track Pack.
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'10 Focus SE sedan, auto, Sangria Red
Lives in kinnelon by me, his name here is mag-yum. His setup isn't done yet, almost though.
[QUOTE=AWD_Gabe;2381713]I've never heard of him or his ride before/QUOTE]
That's because you're always looking behind in your rearview mirrors. I'm the one way in front. I know its hard to see me as I keep getting smaller, and smaller, farther and farther away! Just bustin you Gabe. lol " Never heard of him or his ride" , who am I supposed to be "Batman" or something. I'm just another fool with a car pissing money away, nothing more!
Will do! Just finished this project and still on starter tune. And a bad one at that! Currently gettin 8.6 MPG and is an ugly runner too! But its runnin now. Still gotta swap pulley and replace the injectors one with some 80lb.ers and get a tune thats right. Then off to the track to blow a head gasket, or bust up the Torque Converter( same one Tank had ) or perhaps shatter the Cryo TC case. Oh yea, have some "Freekin Fun" doin it too!
Last edited by Mag-Yum; 09-03-2009 at 07:32 PM.
Hope so, left him another PM. Need to get some dates from him.