My 250 four stroke was boiling over, i replaced the rad cap and installed evans, no more boiling over!
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Looked at getting the lowest temps in our practice and race bikes and there was nothing that compared
Very happy with this product, never overheat again,
I couldn’t tell you the last time I bought regular anti freeze. I like Evans run it in all my bikes
This has such a high boiling point and doesn't build pressure like a water based coolant you're less likely to have a failure or boil over especially in a hare scramble bottleneck or tight technical sections when you go a while with little to no airflow on your radiators. It's expensive but is worth it.
My set up limits the space for an overflow bottle. With this stuff I done even run one.
I have a built ltr 450 and wouldn’t recommend anything else for the track!
I was having issues with my recently acquired KDX220 boiling and pushing all of the coolant out through the overflow tank, she was a real steamer when the going got tough. I.tried a different motorcycle specific coolant with exactly the same results, lots of steam .... I purged the system and installed the Evans, no more steam, It really does the trick for me. The only downside I can come up with is that you have to be smart enough to know when you are doing something to overheat the bike! My opinion is that if you are slipping the clutch, screaming the engine with little or no air flow though the radiators,you are adding more heat than the cooling system can get rid of, you will fry your engine.
No boil over and my bike runs a lot cooler. Great stuff
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Question asked by 14Locs
Question:Q: I noticed most of the reviews ar from dirt bike riders. Will this stuff work in my 2014 Kawasaki Ninja ZX-14R ABS?Question asked Over 9 months ago
Question answered by DaveGearheadUser's contributor status: Top 1Question answered Over 9 months agoAnswer: A: Waterless Coolant for MX bikes, trail bikes, enduro bikes, street bikes, quad bikes, ATVs, UTVs and snowmobiles.
Question asked by Aarron
Question:Q: Hello can I use this in my 2016 ktm Duke 390. Thank you.Question asked Over 11 months ago
Question answered by PaulUser's contributor status: Top 10Question answered Over 11 months agoAnswer: A: KTM recommends the Motorex M3.0 Coolant for your KTM Duke 390, at this link: https://www.motosport.com/ktm-powerparts-motorex-m30-coolant?variant[KPP007J]=KPP007J-X001-Y001
Question asked by wildoube
Question:Q: I have an MV agusta brutale dragster rr that got a pin hole leak in the radiator. I am replacing this radiator and will need to flush out the system and put in new coolant. Is this a good replacement for factory temperamental Italian bike coolant?Question asked 1 year 6 months ago
Question answered by DaveGearheadUser's contributor status: Top 1Question answered 1 year 6 months agoAnswer: A: This will replace the coolant you are currently running with no issue.
Question asked by mark
Question:Q: 2001 honda cr125 2 strokeQuestion asked 1 year 11 months agowill this be a safe coolant for this bike . and how many half gallons will i need.
Question answered by robertUser's contributor status: Top 10 ContributorQuestion answered 1 year 11 months agoAnswer: A: This will work great in the bike, and you will not need more then 2 of the half gallons for your bike.
Question asked by Riprocken
Question:Q: Why dont you carry the Evans Prep Fluid?Question asked 2 years 10 months agoSeems if you carry the Waterless coolant, you should carry the prep fluid. Sure I know it says you can also just blow out with air,,, but I would rather flush it.
Question answered by PaulUser's contributor status: Top 10Question answered 2 years 10 months agoAnswer: A: Our Evans Prep Fluid is available at this link: https://www.motosport.com/evans-prep-fluid?variant[EVA0002]=EVA0002-X001-Y001
Question asked by Motosmokeater
Question:Q: Evans Radiator CoolantQuestion asked 2 years 11 months agoIs it better to know the bikes running hot to stop and address it or just let it cook the engine? I think the non-boil over is great, but if it won't boil over and the temp of your bike is 450 degrees, aren't you doing more possible damage? If my bike boils over, I know its running hot and I need to pay attention it. I'm curious about the concept and what a mechanic might say.
Question answered by MotoSportExpertUser's contributor status: MotoSport Staff ExpertQuestion answered 2 years 11 months agoAnswer: A: If you do talk to an expert on the subject, let us know what they have to say! Here is my opinion:
While it may not boil over and warn you if you overheat, it will continue to cool better than steam would with a traditional coolant that had boiled over; in that situation the cooling it provides might be better at preventing damage than the complete loss of cooling you get in a water based system.
Question asked by john
Question:Q: Is this safe for a 2014 Husqvarna FC450. Also do you guy sell a boysen water pump for this bikeQuestion asked 2 years 11 months ago