Join Date: Dec 2012
Location: Gastonia, NC - Born & raised in Connecticut - 31 years
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Don't know how true this is, but I did a little investigating on the stuff and essentially it sounded like it was simply straight anti-freeze, no water added like you would get in a store or add to the "straight" stuff available on the shelf.
I could be wrong, but do I really want an anti-freeze that won't boil over as engine temps soar and my oil dilutes or burns up? I'm thinking the boiling over might be a good thing IF I catch it early and saves my engine. On the other hand, if engine temps soar and I don't see any signs of it as I'm tooling down the road in oblivion listening to the tunes cranked up and my other ear to the sounds of the exhaust tone .........
So, for me, the jury is out, but I won't be using it. Good 'ole 50/50 anti-freeze has been holding up for how many years, in how many vehicles, over how many miles?