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Does Water Wetter coolant work?
Water Wetter does work. I 've used it in a number of older cars, including several Jaguar XKE's I've owned, and it definitely reduces operating temperature. Water Wetter works by reducing the surface tension of the water/coolant mixture. Some basics -- water is the most efficient coolant you can use in your engine. via
Can you mix engine ice with regular antifreeze?
The use of Engine Ice should never be mixed with any other coolant. Engine Ice suggests that you flush your system with 50/50 water and vinegar, which is a good formula for any flush of your coolant. via
Can you add too much water wetter?
Edit: The Water Wetter can be run with 100% water and it won't hurt the system, but it still will freeze if your temps. drop below freezing. Read the back of the antifreeze bottle! Redline waterwetter will not damage anything. via
How does purple ice work?
Purple Ice is a high performance, synthetic, radiator coolant additive. It reduces engine heat by reducing the surface tension of the radiator fluids for improved heat transfer. via
Can water wetter be used with Dexcool?
Water Wetter is primarily intended for those that race as the largest benefit is when it is run with 100% water. They even state on the bottle that mixing with coolant will reduce the effectiveness tremendously. From what I've been able to find, it seems it will be fine with Dexcool. via
Can you add distilled water to engine ice?
Suppose you have lost coolant and are in an emergency. In that case, we recommend you add only water, distilled water preferably, and once you get the chance, make any necessary repairs, flush the system and replace it with Engine Ice for optimum results and protection. via
What temp is engine ice good for?
Engine Ice Hi-Performance Coolant is biodegradable, phosphate free and non-toxic, typically reduces operating race temperatures and effectively keeping boil over temperatures to 256° Fahrenheit or less and freeze-up protection to -26° Fahrenheit. via
What type of coolant is engine ice?
Engine Ice High Performance Coolant is biodegradable, phosphate free & non-toxic. Reduces operating race temperatures and effectively keeps boil over temperatures to 256°F or less and freeze-up protection down to -7° F. via
Are engines ice oat?
"Is Engine Ice Hi-Performance Coolant silicate and phosphate free? Yes, Engine Ice Hi-Performance Coolant is both silicate and phosphate free." If there are no silicates or phosphates, the corrosion-inhibiting chemical is probably OAT (organic acid tech). via
Can I use engine ice in my car?
There are many applications that can be run with Engine Ice. It is suitable for virtually any vehicle with a radiator and meets or exceeds all relevant ASTM and SAE standards. The cooling system of all types of powersports vehicles will be enhanced by using Engine Ice. via
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How do you use Redline water to make it wetter?
One 12 ounce bottle treats 12-16 quarts of water or a 50% ethylene or propylene glycol solution. In smaller cooling systems, use 4-5 caps per quart. Add directly through the cooling system fill cap into the radiator or into the overflow tank. Do not open a cooling system while hot. via
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What kind of coolant is purple?
The Colors of Coolant
|HOAT (Hybrid OAT)||Silicates & Organic Acids||YELLOW|
|HOAT (Hybrid OAT, Phosphate-free)||NAP Free||TURQUOISE|
|P-HOAT (Phosphated HOAT)||Phosphates & Organic Acids||PINK|
|Si-OAT (Silicated HOAT)||Silicates & Organic Acids||PURPLE|
What is purple antifreeze?
Purple Ice® is a high-performance coolant additive and radiator fluid conditioner. Its advanced 2-in-1 corrosion inhibitor and wetting agent provides year-round defense against corrosion. Purple Ice also reduces the surface tension of the radiator fluid to help reduce engine temperatures. via
What color is purple ice?
To help your stylist nail the color, Nick Stenson, artistic director at MATRIX, describes violet ice as "a cool-violet pastel that is built upon a pale silver." via
Can you make water wetter?
Water becomes "wetter" by lowering its surface tension. The surface tension of water is a force that defines its behavior. This can be viewed by filling a glass over the rim with water, or by placing drops of water on a hard surface. via