MAHLE Motorsport Introduces Cutting Edge Ceramic Thermal Barrier Coating for PowerPak Pistons

If you’re looking for a new, cutting edge attribute from your engine’s pistons, then look no further from the Ceramic Thermal Barrier Coating from MAHLE Motorsport. Developed to create more protection for the piston crown, it improves engine efficiency in race engines from MAHLE’s own single or PowerPak sets. Learn the details from the product release below.

Official Release:

MAHLE Motorsport Introduces Cutting Edge Ceramic Thermal Barrier Coating for PowerPak Pistons

Insulates crown from thermal shock; reduces heat transfer

Fletcher, NC, – MAHLE Motorsport now offers a proprietary thermal barrier coating application for any PowerPak performance forged piston — gas or diesel. This ceramic-based thermal application greatly reduces heat transfer for improved performance and adds a layer of insulation to the piston crown to protect against thermal shock. For added protection and performance, this cutting edge thermal coating is particularly important for use on the crown to prevent hot spots.

Thermal Barrier Coating was developed by MAHLE Motorsport to create more protection for the piston crown as demands for piston and engine component performance have increased in multiple forms of motorsport.  Designed primarily for improved engine efficiency in race engines that need increased torque and HP, MAHLE Motorsport’s thermal barrier coating can be ordered for any piston — single or PowerPak sets. The coating is available wherever MAHLE Motorsport pistons are sold.

For more information about MAHLE Motorsport’s thermal barrier coating application including pricing, visit www.mahlemotorsports.com, or call MAHLE Motorsport toll free at 888-255-1942.

Features:

  • Reduces heat transfer for improved performance
  • Available wherever MAHLE Motorsport pistons are sold
  • Adds a layer of insulation to the piston crown to protect against thermal shock

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Rick Seitz

Rick Seitz is the owner and founder of AutoCentric Media, and has a true love and passion for all vehicles. When he isn’t tuning, testing, or competing with the brand’s current crop of project vehicles, he’s busy tinkering and planning the next modifications for his own cars.

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