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Offline mondi

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Anyone tried Evans coolant products????

I don't normally recommend products but this stuff is pretty amazing!!!

I'm trying it out now, not cheap stuff but it makes a big difference.

Anyway, I'm not going to post links, it's easy enough to look up, unless you want a link posted that is........



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Anyone tried Evans coolant products????

I don't normally recommend products but this stuff is pretty amazing!!!

I'm trying it out now, not cheap stuff but it makes a big difference.

Anyway, I'm not going to post links, it's easy enough to look up, unless you want a link posted that is........

makes a big difference to what??
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makes a big difference to what??
yes I used it in the MG recommended by Classic and Vintage garage when they prepared the car . And i never topped up the water .

Temp never got up about 80f in traffic.

I don't think you can mix with other coolant's from memory.



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makes a big difference to what??

It is a waterless system. You can't add water to it or other coolants.

It runs cooler.
There is no pressure in the system, if it leaks it won't boil.
It's reusable, just strain it and put it back in.
It's basically a very low maintenance cooling system after its converted.

As I said, I don't normally recommend products but this is worth a look.



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can u use it instead of reg. aircon gas?
is it flammable ?


 :-D 



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can u use it instead of reg. aircon gas?
is it flammable ?


 :-D

Lol
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Mondi - why Evans over say, this...

http://liquidintelligence.com.au/

in his case, the issue would be with 'intelligence'

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in his case, the issue would be with 'intelligence'

Ha-Dee-Ha..............

Mondi - why Evans over say, this...

http://liquidintelligence.com.au/


Haven't seen this stuff, was Demo'ed the Evans in the race car and it seems to do everything they say it does.



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