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Old 04-24-2011, 08:55 AM
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Has anyone tried Evans Waterless coolant?
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im told stay away from it.
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im told stay away from it.
I would LOVE to hear the reasons for that. Bunch of Bull S#!^
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Old 04-24-2011, 01:25 PM
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I would LOVE to hear the reasons for that. Bunch of Bull S#!^
heres your proof jackwagon dweeb,


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A word of caution about Evans coolant. Earlier this year at Bonneville a streamliner blew a head gasget into the waterjacket and blew the radiator cap off. That is when we found out the coolant has a flash point of 238 deg., IIRC. The streamliner caught fire when the coolant hit the turbos. Evans coolant is now banned at all SCTA events.

I lookeed on their website and see they have many different coolants. I also tried to find specs that contained a flashpoint but couldn't. Just something to think about...
a thread you posted in. aparently its pointless arguing with the likes of you.
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its a hit and miss. yes ive done enough research and told the same time by many respected members here not to run it.

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Oh please, Mr. Brilliance. Like you have a chance in hell of getting those conditions to happen under the hood of your truck, jackhole.

AND if you had read that thread, It details that all those "respected" members were proven WRONG on every count. It does not react badly with your radiator, waterpump, or any component in your 6.0
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when someplace like texas when the regular truck drivers that use trucks for what they are made for and abuse them. why run the chance when green or elc works just fine.
Perhaps if that sentence was constructed in a way that actually made sense, I would respond to it.
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Oh please, Mr. Brilliance. Like you have a chance in hell of getting those conditions to happen under the hood of your truck, jackhole.

AND if you had read that thread, It details that all those "respected" members were proven WRONG on every count. It does not react badly with your radiator, waterpump, or any component in your 6.0
Feel free to use it. But when you come crying in a few months with a broken truck, don't expect us to feel sympathetic.

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If you haven't taken the time to research it or read that thread, refrain from posting. It just makes you look really dumb.
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