The only reason I'd switch from what's recommended in your owner's manual is if you're going to do some riding on the track. I know that you can use Water Wetter and Engine Ice on the vast majority of tracks. This is one I hadn't seen before so I'm not sure about its applicability to the track.
In case you didn't know, the reason you usually have to change coolant for the track is so that it doesn't become a hazard for other riders. That glycol is slick stuff and doesn't go away very easily.
Dragging knee is for the track, and dragging tail is for the lot. --Kane Friesen
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