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What is the best performaning coolant out there? What do you guys use? I currently use engine ice but i have heard that it doesnt cool any better than regular coolant, and the only thing that is supposedly good about engine ice is that is has a higher boiling point than regular coolant. Any input would be helpful thanks :thumbsup:

Ryan

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ive used stock (worked fine) also i used Motul coolant and i currently run engine ice right now cuz everyone raves about it...i think the engine ice is no better than anything else, engine ice i can smell coolant boilin when i stop real quick, ..i liked the motul, never had a problem ever and never smelled coolant cookin' even in the hottest days...i saw a post about some waterless coolant that nascar guys run, ide like to hear more info on that

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I'm tired of my local shop they sell stuff for so much money its ridiculous

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I have used redline water wetter, liquid performance, and engine ice. I prefer the engine ice out of the three and the other two i would rate about the same...

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I have used redline water wetter, liquid performance, and engine ice. I prefer the engine ice out of the three and the other two i would rate about the same...

I concur, engine ice seems to be the best for my needs in the hot, no rain, humid state of Texas.

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The waterless coolant you refer to is called Evans Coolant. Do a search over at KTMTalk, it has been discussed lots over there. It is my understanding that it doesn`t boil over until some astronomically high number. I guess the problem with that would be when your bike boils with normal coolant it is telling you somethings wrong. If it ain`t spewing but running way hot you have no idea and think everything is fine. Then you keep sitting letting it idle or continue to get hotter.

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