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Water wetter

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Anyone running this product. Are you running it with regular coolant as well. What kind of ratio's. Thanks

Fox

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Water wetter and distilled water 50/50 works awesome. I have had zero benefits running engine ice. :applause: The 50/50 watter wetter/water worked better for me.

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I had great results with Water Wetter in my WR. I cant remember for sure, but I am thinking I ran 85% water with the recommended Water Wetter (not much) and 15% coolant. It says on the bottle what percentages to use. I was boiling regularly before WW and never did boil the Water Wetter.

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Water wetter and distilled water 50/50 works awesome. I have had zero benefits running engine ice. :applause: The 50/50 watter wetter/water worked better for me.

Any problems with corrosion using that mix?

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50/50 is a strong mix, but anyway, water wetter is a corrosion preventative, too.

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50/50 is a strong mix, but anyway, water wetter is a corrosion preventative, too.

50/50 is not strong if your other medium is WATER. Granted for a coolant additive it is, but not if you run straight water. No Ive had zero corrosion problems. Keep it fresh and it works well. Change it every 20-30 hours.

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I run 70% distilled water, 15% Water Wetter, 15% Glycol antifreeze.

Change it once per year.

I run the same set up in most of my cars too.

Water Wetter works great! And is avalible at auto parts stores!

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be careful here. follow the instructions on the bottle and do a little on line (not just TT) research. using more water wetter than recomended can reduce it's effectivness.

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Interesting tests done by dirt rider magazine an a lot of these coolants and collant additives in the last month's issue. I'd read that before plopping down a lot of money on these so called wonder additives.

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