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Sportbike Track Gear has been carrying Engine Ice for quite some time now. All of the street bikes we own, and all of the trackday bikes we own use Engine Ice. Up until this year we weren't able to use this in any WERA or AMA races as it was not legal. Now legal to AMA racing, we can use this in some of the race bikes around the shop. Not yet WERA legal, we hope it will be so others can enjoy what engine ice can do for your motorcycle. Trackday companies such as Sportbike Track Time do allow Engine Ice to be used as coolant.

The benefits of Engine Ice are huge; it is biodegradable, phosphate free & non-toxic; while reducing operating race temperatures by as much as 50 degrees F and effectively keeping boil over temperatures to 256 degrees F or less and freeze-up protection to -27 degrees F.

While we have not yet personally seen a decrease in temperature of 50 degree's, we have seen 15-10 degrees F on our racebikes.

Engine Ice Hi-Performance Coolant is premixed with de-ionized water to protect your water cooling system from scarring, scaling and to effectively provide "prolonged optimum operating temperatures."

Please note that these come in 1/2 gallon containers, most bikes we have seen require more than a 1/2 gallon to fill their system. Please double check the amount of coolant required for your motorcycle.

If you're looking to make your engine run cooler or have any questions you can visit our website, or give Jason a call a 888-784-4327 ext 210 or e-mail [email protected]

We have plenty of these on the shelves.

Already pre-mixed for ease of use.

Boil-over protection to 256 degrees F, and freeze up protection to -26 degrees F.


wocka, wocka, wocka
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somebody else on the forum was playing with this stuff, we never got the temp results from before and after.

Reduction of water temp and air temp at the radiator is not an effective measurement of better heat extraction from the motor. Actually it is the opposite, meaning if your water and air temp is reduced, you are in effect not cooling your motor as well.

For this product to Reduce Engine Temp, measurements before and after need to be taken at the OIL for a better indication of true heat extraction. For this to occur then the water temp and air temp as measured at the radiator would actually increase as the coolant system is actually pulling more btu's off the motor.

A reduction of oil temp would reflect this change. Let us know if this is the case. out, ponch
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