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    helping ski run cooler

    I was wondering is it okay to put water wetter in with coolant? If not does any one know of anything else that can be used? Thanks


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    Are you wanting it to run cooler or needing it to run cooler?

    Also what if any mods are done to your ski?

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    I am wanting it to run cooler. I have a stage 3 kit on my RXP and changed the thermostat to the Rotax one.

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    Go open loop. I did and my PX runs very cool. Stays at 160 almost all the time.

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    Yep! Open loop is the only option you have left really. Well without putting an ac cooler in the ski.

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