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It is hard to belive this conversation keeps sufaceing as new stufffff...!!! they are a tried and true cure.In the future your eng will have no cooling vicies and will be a lot of ceramic parts.
The ceramic stands as a fire wall thats all.
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Try this web site: http://www.swaintech.com
My dad used these guys when we rebuilt his 944 turbo motor. The only thing that sucks though, don't send them your stuff assembled. They are going to disassemble it anyway to do the coatings, then send your stuff back in pieces. Anyway, the combustions chambers in the head where ceramic coated, the piston tops were cermic coated, the cranks counter weights (which are knife edged as well) have that teflon whatever film to keep oil off, and the rods also are coated in the teflon film stuff. Plus he just got his headers back from jet hot, got them coated with the series 2000 spray in a gray color. Haven't run the car with the newly coated headers, but all the other internals seem fine, and the car is blindingly fast..

Edit: BTW, diesels don't detonate. They combust by having insanely high static compression so that when there fuel is injected, the heat of the compression combusts the fuel.
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that sounds like a good recipe
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afaik, generally if your EGTs are over 1,500deg your on the edge of piston damage. The crematic piston coating will allow up to 1,700deg.
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Hmm, does anyone know if the thermal barrier coatings can be applied using a HVOF system?
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