aunti freeze

would lyk to know hopw much aunti freez to put in the radiator over the winter advice much needed thanks.

Buy motorcycle specific antifreeze. It is pre-mixed. Fill it full, put cap on , lean bike over to both sides to get any air pockets out, and top off. Run it, get it hot, then re-check.

Go ride.

^ THIS. Just fill it to the brim. Also, squeezing the hoses can help get the air bubbles out, but riding it for a few minutes will definitely circulate all the air out. Then just top off. :busted:

I used approximately 1 Qt, can't tell exactly as it came from a full gallon. I think it takes 1.2 Qts according to a previous thread on the same subject.

Old aunti freeze....she is a cold bitch..LOL

The bottle should show recommended quantities....

Old aunti freeze....she is a cold bitch..LOL



aunti freez

Is that how it's pronounced if you're speaking the king's?

Like Craigo said, read the label on the bottle, and it also depends on how cold you expect the winter to be. Been mild back there for this time of year, but that could easily change.

just dont let that shit come in contact with any part of your body. one of the most carcinogenic substances an average person can come in contact with.

Is that how it's pronounced if you're speaking the king's?

Don't you mean the Queen's English? :busted:

"The Queen's English


The language of the United Kingdom.


'The King's English' is used when the United Kingdom has a king."

Is that how it's pronounced if you're speaking the king's?

I thought it was the Queens English! :busted:

Ok I didn't read the last page and was just that much to slow.

I just got that from Inglorious Basterds :busted::moon:

cheers for t info.

I just refilled after rebuild, bought half gallon of engine ice and it took half of it, so I'm guessing a 1/4 gallon. But I would just fill it up, make sure you burp the left side, then run it for a few minutes and top it off the next day. Make sure to top it off the next day, I forgot previously and the bubble in they system left me short on fluid and almost overheated.

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