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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 04-02-2008, 02:12 PM Thread Starter
 
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Anyone ever use this coolant?

http://www.kneedraggers.com/details/...OTOREX-17.html

On the bottle it says pre mixed and ready to use, but dosnt say the mixture. I know this is probably a dumb question but is it most likely 50/50? Just want to know before I go flush the radiator and put this in!
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post #2 of 4 (permalink) Old 04-02-2008, 03:03 PM
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Don't want to be an ass here but are you serious??? They seen you coming didn't they...LOL Sorry but 6 bucks a liter That's crazy, never had a problem with the regular stuff in aluminum heads before. At 6 bucks a gallon I'll stick with it. Not saying this stuff isn't better but can it be 3 times better, the price is 3 times more.

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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.

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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.
A agree, I'm going to water wetter this year on my bike. Of the 3 orgs I ride track with its legal in 2 of them. Most techs dont look at it either way but I'd hate to get some glycol on the track and be the cuase for a bunch of missed sessions.

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