Tim, it is typically a 30-50% increase of strength, and up to double increase of durability. The web site of the company doing this for me claimed the process makes a D30 pinion as strong as a 60. I think that is a lofty and exaggerated claim, but muscle cars and racers have been doing this for decades. It just isn't as popular in the rock crawling world (although an older 4wheeler article is what initially turned me onto the process). The popular thing just tends to build things BIGGER, instead of lighter and stronger.Tim, going to be awesome to see. Curious about the cyro treatmemt. Whats it cost and how much stronger does it make the gears?
Here are the two articles that initially turned me onto cryogenic treatment.