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Engine Ice High Performance Coolant

Engine Ice High Performance Coolant is biodegradable, phosphate free & non-toxic. Reduces operating race temperatures and effectively keeping boil over temperatures to 256°F or less and freeze-up protection to -26° F.

Features:

  • Reduce operating temperaturesa as much as 50F
  • Road race legal in AMA, CCS and FUSA road racing sanctions
  • Tested and proven non-corrosive on even the most exotic metals
  • For use in all types of liquid cooled engines
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Engine Ice High Performance Coolant 4.5 5 12 12
who still uses water??? keeps engine running cooler and safe if spilled. been using this for years and it prevents rust inside. September 15, 2014
Good for the Track. If you're looking to for a noticeable difference in the engine coolant temperature of you're bike, you won't find it. This is probably a gimmick, but it will work as an alternative to ethyl glychol if you take your bike to the track. 2008 Yamaha R6 August 4, 2014
No difference in running temp from my old coolant. I bought this hoping it might lower the running temp of my Triumph TT600. Haven't seen any noticeable change. It works as a coolant, but i can't say it's any better than off the shelf brands. May 5, 2014
No regrets I've run this in an SV650 and a ZX10R and gotten at least 5 degrees in mild weather and a 10+ degree difference in hot weather (95+F). Totally worth the money. January 23, 2014
Been using for many years and never fails Engine ice really does work it has made many of my bike run 10-15 degrees cooler and safe at most track where antifreeze is prohibited. April 29, 2013
Great for track days This stuff is great if you don't want to have to drain your bike and put in water before each track day. Some tracks will let you run engine ice instead of water. December 17, 2012
High Preformance I bought this stuff because after a long hot day with my yzf450, my radiator fluid would be a little low. This stuff works pretty well and I would say its worth it. June 18, 2012
Great product Since the container is so small, I was afraid I wouldn't have enough for a full coolant system flush but this container was enough for my Kawasaki KLR 650 with about 1/8 of the bottle left. Hopefully this helps someone else that may be wondering. June 10, 2012
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Engine Ice High Performance Coolant
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
EDDIE S: Reviews show that this is the best coolant on the market for my cbr 1000rr Sep 25, 2014
Ralph E. P: Great fluid, NON TOXIC TRACK CERTIFIED! Sep 21, 2014
Clinton A C: Definitely has lowered my temps, can tell the difference when sitting at a light with this compared to my previous coolant. Highly recommend using Engine Ice. Aug 31, 2014
Erik S: race setup Jun 28, 2014
A s: It's as good as it gets from the reviews I've read and the people whom I know who have used this in the past and present May 16, 2014
John M: To change my coolant! Haha I read that Engine Ice is preferred by most sport bike riders so I decided to give it a shot. I literally just ordered it and am still waiting on it to arrive. I currently run Coolanol by Maxima. May 12, 2014
Philip R: My TT600 runs hot! Going to try this to lower the engine temp some. Apr 13, 2014
Kameron W: Track riding requires water or non-glycol, this coolant can stay in the bike even when temperatures are freezing. Mar 21, 2014
Esteban Y: great product for hotter climates Mar 14, 2014
Marc N: Top of the top, and it's blue. Feb 24, 2014
Hao D: I wanted the best fluids for my track bike. Aug 28, 2013
Nikas B: Replacement coolant for bike, currently overheating frequent. Aug 12, 2013
Jaden H: Good review in youtube lol and great for hot temp city drive. Aug 7, 2013
A shopper asked: Is this nitrite and silicate free? Jul 20, 2012
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RevZilla: Yes, Engine Ice is Silicate and Phosphate Free through the use Propylene Glycol(much less toxic) rather than Ethylene Glycol which includes Phosphates which can kill even the smallest life forms including plants and trees. Jul 23, 2012
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Aaron B: So is it safe to use a propylene glycol antifreeze in an aluminum
Block ? The manual suggests ethylene glycol... I have a dog & he hangs out with me in the garage, don't want him drinking up the toxic stuff.. lol
Jan 20, 2014
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A shopper asked: It says it cant be mixed with water or other antifreeze . Do you have to fill your radiator with this stuff? Jun 26, 2011
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Ingmar4u: This product is already pre-mixed for the correct concentration. If you are going to use this product I would suggest draining and flushing your system, then use only engine ice to fill. I use this in my bike and have notice it does run a little cooler. In an emergency situation you can top off the system with water, however that will dilute the chemicals in the formula so you should flush the system when you get a change. I try and stick with the same brand and type of coolant after any flush....Just like you wouldn't mix different types/viscosities of oil.... Jun 26, 2011
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merc: Yes, it should not be mixed with water. This container was enough for my bike (KLR650) after a flush to refill both the radiator and reservoir. Jun 10, 2012
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Aaron B asked: So is it safe to use a propylene glycol antifreeze in an aluminum Block ? The manual suggests ethylene glycol... I have a dog & he hangs out with me in the garage, I don't want him drinking up the toxic stuff.. lol Jan 20, 2014
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Timothy D: To my knowledge it is safe as I've been using it for years (aluminum black, rads, etc). The key is to ensure you fully flush the ethylene out before switching. Jan 23, 2014
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