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Engine Ice Coolant
Engine Ice Coolant

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Ellenboro, North Carolina
2019 kx250

Works great and does exactly what I wanted it to. Can’t beat the price especially since you have some left over.

Verified Purchaser
New York
Great stuff

Noting but good response
Put this in my yfz450
Engine ice is the way to go
It’s keeps my bike from getting to hot
Highly recommendable

Verified Purchaser
Osawatomie, Ks
Works great!

All I use in my bikes

Verified Purchaser Top 25
Great coolant

After looking at my quad setting beside the track over heated and oem coolant failing the decided to switch to engine ice has been a great move. Problem solved.

Top 500
Love this stuff

Only coolant I will run

New Jersey
Never Failed

Been using since product came out . Never failed me


I've used this coolant in all my dirt bikes so far and has kept them running cool all day long trail riding!! This is the coolant everyone should run in their bikes, especially 4 strokes!

Not quite the cooling I expected

This stuff is good, I think. The problem is my bike isn't running any cooler than before according to my TrailTech. One thing that it does do slightly better is it cools the bike down faster at higher speeds. Overall it's ok but it just seems like another coolant to me, and it is not the magical fluid that everyone keeps saying it is.

Bedford Indiana
Awesome stuff

Good quality stuff no over heating anymore.

Who doesn't like lower engine temps?

Does exactly what it's suppose to. Running @least 10-15° lower engine temps

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32 Questions
Answered:   31
Not Yet:   1
Q: Does this keep from freezing in winter
13 days ago
Top 10
13 days ago
A: Engine Ice protects from freeze-ups up to -26° F.
Q: Will this work in my 00 yz 250 if so how many would i need??
29 days ago
Q: Will this work in a 2 stroke??
29 days ago
Top 10
29 days ago
A: Yes it will work with 2 stoke applications.
Q: Can I combine 2 containers of engine ice together?
Over 6 months ago
Possibly a stupid question, but I just don’t feel like walking out to a purple/blue monster in my garage if I combine 2 different engine ice containers into 1 to safe some space. I got some coolant left over in both after a coolant flush. Plus when looking at the containers one more blue and the other is more of a purple. I read on engine ices website that that is normal but I don’t know if it will effect anything when combining the 2. Thanks in advance!
Top 25
Over 6 months ago
A: Yes you will be fine combining two of the same exact products together.
Q: Will this half gallon fill my 2001 yz426f
Over 11 months ago
Top 10 Contributor
Over 11 months ago
A: Your bike's coolant capacity is 1.27 quarts. This being the case, yes, a half gallon will work.
Q: Will this work well in my 1998 Honda cr80?
1 year 8 months ago
1 year 8 months ago
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.
Q: Overheating
1 year 10 months 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??
1 year 10 months ago
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.
Q: Will this work a 2011 Kx250f? If so what would i need to do in order to flush the radiators successfully?
2 years ago
Expert MotoSport Staff
2 years 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.
Q: Is engine ice compatable with regular anti freeze?
2 years ago
2 years ago
A: No. it works in an emergency but should be flushed asap.
MotoSport Staff Expert
2 years 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.
Q: Well it work on a yfz450r 2015
2 years 3 months ago
Expert MotoSport Staff
2 years 3 months ago
A: Yes the Engine Ice Coolant would work great in your 2015 Yamaha YFZ450R.
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# Part Numbers
Product Variant Manufacturer Part #
Engine Ice Coolant 1/2 GAL