Engine Ice v. Water Wetter?

Anyone have experience running the Engine Ice from http://www.cyclelogic.net compared to Redline Water Wetter to help prevent boilovers a little better?

I just put engine ice in my bike and WOW!!!What a difference,runs a ton cooler.better then watter wetter(15 to 20 degrees cooler). 01 520 mxc

Originally posted by torque driver:

I just put engine ice in my bike and WOW!!!What a difference,runs a ton cooler.better then watter wetter(15 to 20 degrees cooler). 01 520 mxc

How do you know it's running cooler?

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TBob

"01" KTM 520 EXC

Mesa, AZ

The idea is to get the heat from the engine out through the radiators. The water wetter or engine ice helps to accomplish this by being a better conductor than glycol. If you feel less heat at the radiators under the exact same conditions - I would think the coolant is not doing as good of job. I don't think the difference would be enough to feel, however, and would guess that the thermostat may have been partially closed or it was just different conditions.

Just my $.02. I haven't had any overheating troubles yet so am using whatever came in it (50/50 water/glycol I guess).

WELL, I DON'T KNOW THE EXACT DEGREES BUT BEFORE I could feel the heat between my legs and now I don't.(I have an exc tank) www.cyclelogic.cc check out web site

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