waterless coolant

johnbirchjar
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waterless coolant

Postby johnbirchjar » Wed Apr 04, 2018 11:30 pm

Hi Guys,Has anybody had any dealings with this new Waterless Coolant?J.B.

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Re: waterless coolant

Postby Mick Taylor » Sat Apr 07, 2018 8:26 am

Just putting waterless coolant review into Google brought up loads of information, a lot of it conflicting, you would really need to find a trusted source and analyse their opinion.

A couple of things that did pop out of the pages were that it won't cure an existing overheating issue (although the manufacturers say it will, so you would need to research that) secondly, the need to carry some at all times in case you need a top up because you can't use water, they are inflammable and have a low flash point, and, unexpectedly it's been banned by some race circuits because it is so slippery when spilled, oh..and it's expensive.

I think you will have to plough through lots of conflicting information.....but I've always thought people are more likely to publish their complaints and disasters than the other way round, so read between the lines.

Mick.

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Re: waterless coolant

Postby johnbirchjar » Thu Apr 12, 2018 11:09 pm

Thanks for that Mike,I have spoken to a few of my biker buddies but no one has had first-hand experience yet,so I will hang fire for a bit and keep experimenting with my current cooling system.J.B.


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