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What does everyone do while riding in the summer to keep their bikes cooler? I was thinking of using some of the "Cool-Aide" or "Be Cool" additives to make the engine cooler.
 

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buddy of mine has mentioned using WATER WETTER. He only uses it when he is on the track but says that it does keep the engie cooler than coolant. I thought about trying it out.
 

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I've heard that distilled water and Water Wetter work well.
 

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PuffyG said:
buddy of mine has mentioned using WATER WETTER. He only uses it when he is on the track but says that it does keep the engie cooler than coolant. I thought about trying it out.
Yeah, all you have to do is thin out the antifreeze with distilled water. Water has fantastic thermal properties but you sure as shit dont want it boiling over. I dont think water wetter would cut it, it only really helps with corrosion when running straight water.

Maybe a 20% antifreeze/ 80% distilled water mixture would do nicely.
 

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Thanks for all your input guys! Now all we have to find out is why the bf's bike won't start when it's over 200 degrees.
 
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