Now imagine it with constant airflow over it. That'* why I'm keeping my SC cooling duct. The hood vents and fan override make it even better.
WCBF bred a few believers. Matt was STUNNED at how quickly my SC cooled down compared to all others, in spite of the fact that I was spinning it harder and faster than anyone else.
All SC'* were about the same temp when we hit the pits, but mine cooled down nearly TWICE as fast.
It works. My original test posted wasn't with two seperate parts, and I never tested it with air flow over it. Just static cooling at ambient temps, and it still out-performed the other coatings and bare aluminum.
Aluminum valve covers on the left, OEM fiberglass on the right (testing for coating wrinkle only).
Don't do this to OEM valve covers though. The fiberglass insulates, and no coating in the world will overcome that. It'* purely cosmetic on those. Follow my recipe in the other topic to the letter to get consistent results and good, fine, dense wrinkle patterns. It'* the amount of wrinkles that makes it work.
Brad, post up some pics of yours. Did my recipe work well for you?