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Motobeagle and I are going to Elkhart Lake for a couple days of track time July 30 & 31. Anyone else going?
is Pro-Cool allowed for track use though? It is 50% propylene glycol/water engine coolant mixture. I thought this type of coolant mixture isn't allowed on most tracks.OmniGLH said:
I switched over to Pro-Cool (I think it's made by Silkolene.) Just run it straight (it's already pre-mixed)... bike runs about 15-20 degrees cooler.
Just a suggestion, since you're already gonna be flushing the cooling system out anyways.
now that is good to know. apparently "Pro Cool protects down to -35°C and is EPA safe". -35 degrees below!!!! Awesome! No haveing to change out coolant at the end of the season.OmniGLH said:Pro-Cool is legal. I double-checked the CCS rulebook just to be sure.
Ethylene Glycol is prohibitied. Pro-Cool is Propylene Glycol. Not the same thing.