Engine Ice Coolant

Engine Ice Coolant
Engine Ice Coolant

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Sick251 Verified Purchaser
I always choose Engine Ice

Love this stuff.

Underrated Top 1000 Contributor
Indiana, USA
Quality stuff

Engine ice is the only coolant I use. Amazing stuff buy some give it a try you wont regret it

03predxc Verified Purchaser

Have used this in all my bikes and never had a problem with it.

Duff Verified Purchaser
Engine ice or engine hot

Product really speaks for itself. It's all I use in my Beta 300RR. Conditions rode are tight technical single track in by god WV.

farmercoby Verified Purchaser
Boise, ID, USA
Great Product

Great for helping reduce the high engine temps in KTM 50's.

Strokemetwice Top 1000 Contributor
Colorado, USA
Keeps you cool

If you have a 4 stroke you need this. It really helps with overheating.

Charlton, MA 01507, USA
Bike runs cool no matter what

I have a 2006 RMZ250, a bike known for overheating problems. I installed a Factory Effex temperature sticker on the head, and running this coolant I NEVER see temps above 180 degrees. Absolutely the best coolant and I couldn't recommend it enough

PublicCitizen Verified Purchaser
Florida, USA
Great fluid, 2012 RMZ450

This type fluid was in my bike before and I just changed the fluid following the recommended wash out protocol with new and it was also time to replace my 2012 stock cap. I went with the Myler's high pressure and this combo works great here in Florida.

Blueyes Verified Purchaser
Jasper, IN, USA
Cooler than Ice

I love it when you get a product and it does exactly what it is design to do. Awesome Stuff, runs cooler

JFG316 Verified Purchaser
Elkins, WV 26241, USA
Ice Cold

I love this stuff.

Cobracary Verified Purchaser Top 250 Contributor
Menifee, CA, USA
Best coolant

I have used this in all my bikes. I have track bikes and desert bikes. Years ago I had some of the green coolant before and went on a long desert trip and over heated. Changed over and have never over heated sense

Kevin Verified Purchaser
Great stuff!

This works like it's supposed to. If you're are trail riding I highly recommend this stuff!

TX248 Top 500 Contributor Verified Purchaser
League City, TX
Keeps my motor cool in the Texas Heat!

Stuff works great, as a family we have 4 motocross bikes that run hard in the Texas summer heat. The only time I get any heat issues at all is when our 4 strokes sit and idle for too long but previously when I ran regular anti-freeze my 450 got so hot it melted part of the plastic radiator screen. When I put the Engine Ice in the problem went away.

noah Verified Purchaser

this is the best engine ice ive used. runs in my bike great.

Hamby101 Verified Purchaser
Haughton La.

I like Ice Engine Ice great coolant easy on seals. Runs cooler than anitfreeze.

fixitdad Verified Purchaser
Schwenksville, PA 19473, USA
Engine Ice Coolant

This product was recommended to me at a local cycle dealer. I used it in my CBR600 RR and now I'm putting it in my son's CR125. Keeping engine temperature in it's proper temperature range is hard when your running the snot out of your equipment.

JoeStunts13 Verified Purchaser
Westchester, NY

Best coolant on the market hands down. Would definitely recommend

YZDOC Top 500 Contributor Verified Purchaser
Good stuff

Use this in all my water coolers. Seams to be working great for the past 10+ years so I'll keep pouring it in.

Trevor Verified Purchaser
Ice Ice Baby!!!

I'm not going to say this is a cure all to a hot running mx bike. This won't save you from boiling over if you do some woods riding. But it will keep your bike a little cooler. I noticed my bike runs a little cooler with engine ice, and takes a little longer to boil over. You don't want something that isn't going to boil over or your going to warp your heads. But this helps with keeping the bike a little cooler when riding hard!

Yfz450r Verified Purchaser

Seems to keep motor a few degrees cooler

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27 Questions
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Q: Will this work well in my 1998 Honda cr80?
2 months 7 days ago
2 months 4 days ago Location: Houston, TX, USA
A: Yes this will work in your CR80, we've been using it in several different bikes from 50-65cc's to 450cc's and have been happy with the results all the way around.
Location: Baja, Mexico
Q: Overheating?
4 months 23 days ago
i've heard that if you use this product and your bike overheats and looses coolant you can not add water or other coolant cause it will cause damage,is this true?, because i ride a lot in baja and i'm concerned if i loose coolant.? do i have to always carry extra bottle of engine ice??
4 months 13 days ago Location: Colo
A: You can add water in an emergency, however it should be flushed and pure engine ice should be put back asap. The only thing i have noticed is that it doesn't work the way it's supposed to when water is added. I would highly suggest an overflow resevoir for your riding conditions so that you dont lose coolant.
Location: California, USA
Q: Will this work a 2011 Kx250f? If so what would i need to do in order to flush the radiators successfully?
Over 6 months ago
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 6 months ago
A: Yes Engine Ice will work great in your 2011 Kawasaki KX250F.

For any coolant and anytime you are changing coolant, we recommend a simple solution of distilled water and white distilled vinegar, both available at your local grocery store.

Mix the water/vinegar at 50/50
Fill system with the solution
Run engine until warm
Let cool
Run clear water through to rinse out vinegar
Fill with coolant of choice
This is the same as cleaning your coffee maker. The vinegar is acidic enough to clean out and contaminants and residual coolants, yet it won’t harm your seals and gaskets.
Location: Nebraska
Q: Is engine ice compatable with regular anti freeze?
Over 7 months ago
Expert MotoSport Staff
Over 7 months ago
A: We recommend you never mix ANY TYPE of coolant and antifreeze products. One reason is that propylene glycol and ethylene glycol do not mix well together. Another reason is that just because the base fluid may be similar, other additives and ingredients may not be. Just as you would not mix oils, and for the same reasons, you should not mix coolants and antifreezes.
Top 1000 Contributor
4 months 14 days ago Location: Colorado, USA
A: No. it works in an emergency but should be flushed asap.
Q: Well it work on a yfz450r 2015?
Over 9 months ago
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 9 months ago
A: Yes the Engine Ice Coolant would work great in your 2015 Yamaha YFZ450R.
Q: Does engine ice have a lower boiling temp than standard automotive coolant /antifreeze? Is this how it reduces operating temperature/ pressure?
Over 10 months ago
Over 9 months ago
A: The chemical E.I uses combines with water keeps the temp of the water down which reduces boiling which in turn reduces the pressure on your cooling system. Any time you get a boil over its because the temp of your coolant has gotten so hot that it has built too much pressure it boils over our the tube under the bike.
Q: How long before Engine Ice needs to be changed?
Over 10 months ago
Expert MotoSport Staff
Over 10 months ago
A: We recommend ANY coolant/antifreeze product be changed annually, but of course that depends on how much you ride.
Beyond that, most antifreeze products can go for two years with little trouble, but use a proper tester to confirm it’s Ph levels to prevent issues.

Remember, the cleaner and fresher you keep ANY fluid, the better it is going to work for you….oil, suspension fluids, brake fluids and also, coolants.
Q: Does this include antifreeze and is it able to be used in cold temperatures.?
1 year 1 month ago
Expert MotoSport Staff
1 year ago
A: Engine Ice Hi-Performance Coolant is biodegradable, phosphate free & non-toxic; typically reduces operating race temperatures and effectively keeping boil over temperatures to 256°F or less and freeze-up protection to -26° F.

Over 9 months ago
A: yes
Q: Will this fill an 08 yfz?
1 year 2 months ago
Expert MotoSport Staff
1 year 1 month ago
A: The 1/2 Gal (64oz) Engine Ice Coolant should be more than enough to fill the radiator and reservoir on your 2008 Yamaha YFZ450, however i would recommend confirming capacity in your Yamaha owners or service manual.
Over 9 months ago
A: yes. it fills my yz85 when empty and I still have half of the bottle left
Location: Atlanta, GA, USA
Q: Will this work for 2stroke yz85?
1 year 3 months ago
MotoSport Staff Expert
1 year 3 months ago
A: Yes, Engine Ice Coolant will work great in your YZ85!
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