I user the G05 in my BMW (car), it is recommended substitute for the BMW coolant. MUCH cheaper than the BMW coolant as well. Good stuff formulated for aluminum components.
Yes I'm sure. Do they decompose easily?You add water wetter to your coolant. Just an ounce or so will help your coolant work better.
It helps to know what products do and to follow the mfgr's instructions when using them. Did the guy who put it in your bike do that?Yes I'm sure. Do they decompose easily?
The guy I bought my bike from had water wetter in it & there was white residue everywhere. It wasn't hard water scale.
People who want to try it can but for street bike, I wouldn't.
He said he used water wetter & just water. He used the bike for track.It helps to know what products do and to follow the mfgr's instructions when using them. Did the guy who put it in your bike do that?
Reminds me of the nickle-base anti-seize in the other thread. Most new spark-plugs already come with an anti-seize coating on them, and anti-seize is only needed if they are removed and reinstalled. Anti-seize also reduces the torque needed to install them, which some have found out the hard way by stripping the threads out of their cylinder-heads by going to full-torque spec.
In this thread, some of the highlights of WaterWetter's benefits have been shared. It is up to the user to look into it and use it properly, or not.
It isn't a hard topic but it is rocket-science (crotch-rocket science I mean) and Suzuki has put a lot of science into the development of these bikes. For me the only question is whether it would really be a benefit to add an ounce of WW to the Suzuki brand I use. Also for me, being in Texas where harsh freezing temps are much less of an issue than the high Summer heat, I think it could be a benefit if it really improves cooling. And I know Chuckster knows what he is talking about, so looking into it deeper is something that has merit.I don't understand why this is such a hard topic.
If you wanna change it go with good old engine ice
Or put what suzuki puts in from the factory.
If you plan to track it, ever put water wetter either 50/50 or the mix solution.
If you live up north where you do have cold weather and worry about it frezzing. Engine ice or oem coolant will work fine.
If you use water wetter you will just have to make sure you cover the bike with a blanket or run a plug in the wall heater.
This isn't rocket science.
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