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Waterless coolant
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In the latest series of Wheeler Dealers, (unmissable TV, Ed China is an automotive God) they were working on a Triumph TR6 (the last of the real Triumphs, the TR7 doesn't count, believe me, I had one!).
The cooling system on said vehicle is not the best in the world (like the Stag, etc.) and the solution was waterless coolant.
Anyone heard of it, used it, got an opinion of it?
Sounds interesting stuff.
Imagine, no more rusty internals.
How good would that be...
Do modern vehicles use it as standard?
If not, why not?
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I've heard of wetter water, but not drier
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#3
hmmmm.. Ed China works for Evans waterless coolant doing PR, have seen him at an event in the past... seems too good though. may provide false sense of security etc...??

And here's your answer on the price front....Smile

http://compare.ebay.co.uk/like/190640110...adtype=pla
Adam..2003..1.9D..LX..Silver Crew Cab Van.....
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(21-10-2012, 08:41 PM)adam3rdcanvey Wrote:  hmmmm.. Ed China works for Evans waterless coolant doing PR, have seen him at an event in the past... seems too good though. may provide false sense of security etc...??

And here's your answer on the price front....Smile

http://compare.ebay.co.uk/like/190640110...adtype=pla

Recomended though for Early water cooled MX/enduro bikes like my Husqvarna, as standaed water/antifreeze mix eats away the magnesium alloy engine cases and that is a pricy fix?. Only 2 litres at most in the system so a bit cheaper. The other answer is to make up your cooling mix with De-min water that helps to reduce corrosion and sludge build up, cheaper option for me as I work in a power station.
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(21-10-2012, 08:41 PM)adam3rdcanvey Wrote:  hmmmm.. Ed China works for Evans waterless coolant doing PR, have seen him at an event in the past... seems too good though. may provide false sense of security etc...??

And here's your answer on the price front....Smile

http://compare.ebay.co.uk/like/190640110...adtype=pla

Know it's expensive.
But lasts a lifetime. Supposedly?
Didn't realise the 'big man' worked for them, nothing on their website.
Just big claims...
Another expensive too good to be true product, then? Confusedcratch:
http://www.evanscoolants.co.uk/
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