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    red liquid coolant

    Hello
    i was wondering where you guys buy your red liquid coolant for late seadoo models? oem seems to be a little high at $ 10 per quart
    Thanks


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    Any long life coolant is fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrillefrenchy View Post
    Hello
    i was wondering where you guys buy your red liquid coolant for late seadoo models? oem seems to be a little high at $ 10 per quart
    Thanks
    Antifreeze?? I use Supertech long life concentrated antifreeze from walmart. $12 for 2 gallons once mixed.. Use distilled water..

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    Quote Originally Posted by jackywacky067 View Post
    Antifreeze?? I use Supertech long life concentrated antifreeze from walmart. $12 for 2 gallons once mixed.. Use distilled water..
    i do too but it does not look good when mixed with red pink coolant, i am trying to keep same color when working on customers skis but not for $40 / gallon from seadoo. any other source? thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrillefrenchy View Post
    i do too but it does not look good when mixed with red pink coolant, i am trying to keep same color when working on customers skis but not for $40 / gallon from seadoo. any other source? thanks
    Flush it out and use the Supertech. Supertech bottle says that its okay to use on any colored antifreeze.. I've never had a customer complain about their antifreeze color.. Heck the only complaint I got once was why is the oil in the rebuild engine very clear and the other engine has some color in it?? It was for a boat with 2 engines..

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    If you are just topping off existing coolant lost from a repair job... you could try Water-Wetter, it's pink. Priced in-bulk (4 gal) and then mixed with 50/50 water, retail is around $12.40 per gallon of product. It is compatible mixed with existing coolants, and even improving heat conveyance. But used straight 50/50, it has no anti-freeze properties - but given your customers are Florida, should be ok.

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    prestone has red/orange coolant
    most red coolant is dexcool

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    search for "G12 coolant"

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    g12 is the vw version of dexcool both are OAT (Organic Acid Technology) coolant
    both are actually orange

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    this one is not bad, $18/gal from advance auto

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