Suncoast PCA Member
Thought I would share with you guys the place that I use for all my cryogenic freezing. It's called Sub Zero Cryogenics, and they are based out of Tampa.
If you track your car and have never cryo'd your rotors, you are definitely missing out! In my experience, my rotors last about three times longer after being cryogenically frozen. There are only two ways to change the specific heat capacity of a metal. One is to change the surface area, and the other is to change the metal itself. While we would all like to increase surface area, some of us can't quite fit that under our wheels, and for others it is just too expensive. Well what about changing the metal? Cryogenic freezing rearranges the molecules in the metal, making it more resistant to heat.
Check them out at www.subzerocryo.com