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    eclipsecleaning's Avatar
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    Jun 2007
    Bridgewater, LBI, NJ

    water or antifreeze?

    Is anybody running just water or water wetter

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    New Braunfels TX.

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    Based on my experience with performance cars like my 04 Cobra, which is also super charged. The water wetter is pretty much a waste of money. While water is much better at reducing temps you still need some antifreeze for the anti-corrosion properties too. I would not recommend going below a 80/20 mix of water/antifreeze.

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    Lakeland, FL
    And water wetter did nothing to prevent the onset of heatfade, I still had to get a thermostat to solve that. I wish I hadn't have bought four bottles of the stuff.

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