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rsk289 03-07-2010 03:00 PM

Evans coolant
 
Anybody tried this in their E46?
I have it in my classic Mustang and was thinking about trying it in the 330. Long life, no corrosion, low pressure etc....

PEI330Ci 03-07-2010 05:03 PM

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Originally Posted by rsk289 (Post 11427930)
Anybody tried this in their E46?
I have it in my classic Mustang and was thinking about trying it in the 330. Long life, no corrosion, low pressure etc....

It's impressive stuff...and used in a ton of motorsports applications that people won't admit to. However, it can't be mixed with water based anything...and it's tricky to flush out the M54 block and cooling system properly to make it work right.

I wouldn't use it on an already installed engine, but I'd use it on a "dry" block after a rebuild.

rsk289 03-07-2010 05:11 PM

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Originally Posted by PEI330Ci (Post 11428294)
It's impressive stuff...and used in a ton of motorsports applications that people won't admit to. However, it can't be mixed with water based anything...and it's tricky to flush out the M54 block and cooling system properly to make it work right.

I wouldn't use it on an already installed engine, but I'd use it on a "dry" block after a rebuild.

Thanks for that - on other cars that are difficult to drain, I've made it work by draining as best as possible and running for a bit, then doing it all again. Expensive to do it twice, but seems to work - what do you reckon for the M54?


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