Using Engine Ice
I first put it in my 1980 Goldwing instead of the Honda Coolant and noticed a pretty good drop in temp. I live at the top of a long hill, and in summer, everything I drive is warm as I pull in. The Goldwing no longer got warm enough to kick in the aux fan. Subsequently, I put it in the Concours I had. Now I have it in my Voyager. I cannot say that either the Concours or the Voyager run "cooler", except that it takes longer and higher ambient temps for the aux fans to kick in.
From what I gathered in my research before I ever installed it, it is a good quality coolant with excellent corrosion inhibitors and mechanical seal (water pump) lubrication qualities. I have used it for six years now with no problems on anything I have used it in (including the original Goldwing I used it in, which I still own). I also installed it in my Daughter's Honda scooter that she rides all over Seattle. It's nice to just have one coolant that I use in all the bikes/scooters.
2012 Voyager ABS
Custom Made Trim Covering Bag Frames
LED Strip Lights on Custom Trim
Conspicuity Flicker on LEDs in Tail Light Mode
Flashing Brake Lights on LEDs
Kawasaki Bag Guards
Longer Kickstand from 2000 Nomad
Alaskan Sheepskin Butt Pad on Standard Seat
12" Clear Windshield for Summer
16" Windshield for Winter
Kuryakan Longhorn Highway Pegs
Also Drive a Restored 1980 Goldwing Standard