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Old 10-13-2010, 08:46 AM
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Anyone able to recommend a reliable shop for cryotreating my r&p?

My old one looks like this:



My 03 tochigi fuji cone clutch type diff was just fine though so I guess the gears are the current weak link.
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Ok well then since nobody has any inpit I will send em to liberty gears. Gonna cost around 120 for cryo, shotpeen and polish sausage
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I've used ProCryo/Evans Performace in the past. Their website might suck, but they are nice people and have done good work for me in the past.

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I've used ProCryo/Evans Performace in the past. Their website might suck, but they are nice people and have done good work for me in the past.

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This. I used them to have my R&P gears CryoREM treated and they came out looking like they were cut from a mirror. They also tri-coated my pistons, cryotreated the rods, and powdercoated a few things. Great people to deal with and good prices too!
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Its a little late for me but what were the piston coating costs?
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I think it was about $30 per piston. Ceramic coated on top, dry film lubricant on the skirts, and an oil shedding coat on the underside.
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I have used Evans Performance several times. Dan & Linda Evans have always taken great care of my needs.
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