water weeter

hey so i'm gonna put some water weeter but just curious what u guys prefer to do when pouring this in the coolant system do u guys just do 50/50 water and weeter or do u put like couple ounces with the 50/50 water and antifreeze and doing this does it help keep the engine cool or did u not notice any results?

If you want something to add to you oil to help keep your engine cool try a product called two2cool just search for it on TT. I use this stuff and I have an auto clutch. Before I used it I couldn't touch the clutch cover after riding it now with the two2cool it's cool to the touch. Sounds like a gimmick but it isn't.

it's a 50/50 mix, but make sure it's not already premixed. Also don't use sink water.

so u mean use 50/50 water and weeter ... what if u just pour in like couple ounces in there that has antifreeze in it?

why not use sink water?

Engine Ice is the only way to go. :D

i use 50/50 water antifreeze mix with about an ounce of water wetter. My bike quit boiling over, so it would appear that it is working. (My bike boiled over with engine ice) Try Evans coolant if you want something that wont boil.

why not use sink water?

Because it's loaded with calcium and other minerals that will end up clogging your radiators, reducing the efficiency of the cooling system, and eating holes in your cylinder and head through electrolysis. Otherwise, there's nothing wrong with it.

Distilled water only.

ooo shit, i just put in fresh coolant with sink water.....great.and i already rode the ****ing bike..

ooo shit, i just put in fresh coolant with sink water.....great.and i already rode the ****ing bike..

I'm sure your fine, just change it.

I'm sure your fine, just change it.
Exactly. :D

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