Been reading the comments on painting/powder coating engine components and it got me thinking (always a dangerous thing). Back when MX bikes were air-cooled, the cylinders were “painted” black and we were told not to remove the coating because it actually aided in cooling. Why wouldn’t a thermal dispersant such as listed below be a cool thing (pun intended) to put on a blower? Or a transmission case, for that matter? Too bad it only comes in black…
Tech Line Thermal Dispersant, TLTD:
• Rapidly disperses heat away from a coated component
• More evenly distributes heat over a coated surface
• Aids in cooling heat sensitive parts
• Excellent for intake manifolds, brake components, oil pans etc…
• Very good chemical and corrosion resistance
• Black in color
• Cosmetically appealing
• Requires baking. Cures at 300f minimum. Must be oven baked
Part # 3401 (qt), 3408 (gal)
If I had a car, I'd give it a try.
Unless it'* cost-prohibitive.