Originally Posted by boost junkie
Sounds very interesting. Have you tested the race coolant back to back with, say, filling the system with distilled water and a bottle of water wetter? And is the liquid slippery or does it conform to the rules of most sanctioning bodies that prohibit coolant?
The product has been approved by the AMA, NHRA, pending IHRA and were also talking with the SCCA and NASA. The product is water based (contains no glycol or glycol like compounds) and the proprietary additive package enables the coolant to work more efficiently than any other product on the market. This has been proven in our own back to back testing as well as testing conducted by race teams and engine buiders across the US. The product is also enviromentally friendly and it evaporates at the same rate as water if it is spilled onto the racing surface. We use this product in our engine cooling systems as well as our liquid to air IC setups.