brilliant polished aluminum look resists discoloration up to 1300°
while creating a thermal barrier capable of reducing temperatures by
Reduced temperatures mean:
Improved engine horsepower
Makes ignition wires last longer
Resistance to thermal fatigue thus improving header life
Reduced flange warpage
Cracks in cast iron
Temperature reduction allowing race team mechanics to work on motor sooner
Ceramic Chrome can be applied to steel and iron to give an aluminum look to heads, manifolds, pulleys, brackets, hinges, water pumps, master cylinders, radiator supports, suspension parts, and fan shrouds.
Ceramic Chrome can be applied to aluminum to maintain a simple, easy maintenance, non-staining product while retaining that beautiful polished aluminum look on valve covers, intake manifolds, pulleys, heads, fuel tanks, and wheels.