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Since heat plays such a huge factor in engine life I bought a product called Engine Ice for the coolant system. After reading about what it does I was sold. Does anybody else use this product, and if so does it do what it says it will do?
 

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I noticed that my fan does not come on as much as it use to prior to switching to it. I have an in-line temp gauge and it was nice to go for a ride and see the temp was a bit lower when we were done. I am a fan of it and will continue to use it going forward in all of my quads.
 

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QUOTE (MXrider38 @ Aug 25 2008, 08:10 PM) index.php?act=findpost&pid=11365
Alot of factory race teams use water wetter by redline. Which is what I use in my bike also. It lubes the water pump seals on top of helping to cool your bike.
I used to run water wetter to cool my PC back in the day it is a solid product and for most folks on here will work just fine. If you live up north in the colder weather I would stay away from water wetter as a proper mix of it requires distilled water and it may freeze on you.

Several folks I know that drag race cars and bikes swear by evens but, at $32 a gallon I am not willing to try it out.

We all know keeping the engine cool has noticeable effects on performance and durability. So I think any of the three will be better then what is in there from the factory.
 
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