(approx) 15 Minutes
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June 07, 2019
This ice coolant is great,I added To my stang’s coolant system and did notice the car was between 1 and 2 degrees less. Rick bmore STANGHelpful (0)
April 25, 2019
No great shakes
Added 2 bottles engine temps are the same after a week of use. It does take it a little longer to reach the temp thoughHelpful (0)
December 15, 2018
Add this product to my recently new radiator and fluid change and so far product is working well. I would highly recommend this product.Helpful (1)
September 18, 2018
On time,packed well,hope it does what it’s advertised to doHelpful (1)
June 19, 2018
I cant say for sure that it worked but it didnt cause any bad side effects.Helpful (3)
December 14, 2017
I've used redline in the past I decided to try something new we did before and after on dyno while car was being tuned, you can see a difference in tempHelpful (3)
December 01, 2017
This is cool stuff
My 2014 gt cylinder head temp normally leveled off around 208 degrees or so. Now it levels off right around 200 degrees with no other changes. Good piece of mind for $12Helpful (3)
April 24, 2017
Poured a bottle into my radiator this morning. Ran the vehicle all day, have not seen a difference as claimed. Vehicle still runs between its normal range of 203 to 205 degrees in South Florida. Other than the lubricating effects, I see no evidence of its effectivenes to bring down the cooling temperatures.Helpful (6)
April 13, 2017
Worked great my coolant temperature dropped about 10 -15 degrees I used 2 bottles I recommend it to anyone won't be disappointedHelpful (2)
April 04, 2017
Was skeptical at first after trying the ice i could see the difference on the temp gauge. Excellent product strongly recommend the ice. Thank AM for another great productHelpful (2)
I currently drive a 2015 Mustang GT. The coolant level is showing as below minimum level. I visited a nearby Auto Zone and was told they do not carry any product for our cars and that I'll have to visit the dealership. I just wanted to know which product you guys would recommend to raise the coolant level.
For an OE coolant, the dealership would be the best place to acquire the correct version of the Motorcraft coolant they carry. If you were looking for a synthetic coolant to replace your coolant, we would recommend the Mishimoto Liquid Chill Performance Coolant.
Can I mix this with the MM orange synthetic antifreeze?
The Royal Purple 'Purple Ice' Super Coolant can be used in one of two ways which can be either by using 1oz per quart of 50/50 mixed coolant which includes the MM orange Synthetic Antifreeze or by using 2oz per quart of straight.
Hello how is this additive works with any brand of coolant or can I use direct water and a bottle of this additive
This Royal Purple Purple Ice' Super Coolant will work with any coolant as long as it is a 50/50 mix of coolant and water, also, you use 2oz of this bottle per quart of coolant. You cannot use just the bottle of this and straight water.
My Mustang is not listed it is a 1965 Mustang coupe 289ci bored out to a 302 and my question is can I add more than one bottle of ice to the radiator. I need to lower the engine temp just a little bit more or do I need to do something else. Thank you for your time
You should not exceed 1oz of Royal Purple Purple Ice' Super Coolant per quart of your cooling system's capacity. Depending on options, your car can have up to a 15 quart cooling system capacity, so you should not use more than 15 oz (just over one bottle) if you have this cooling system capacity, and less if you have a smaller cooling system.
how do you burp the radiator and whats the best way to do it I've heard of flushes going wrong before this is the first change i have done
I would recommend consulting with a mechanic, due to liability reasons we would not want to try to instruct you how to do this without being there in person.
It says to use 1oz of this per 1 quart of 50/50 coolant so find out how many quarts your coolant tank is and put one oz per quart
Well I live in the Northwest, and it does get pretty cold up here. Car runs fine with it.
yes it is made to blend with your existing coolant. basically it makes your coolant work more efficiently.
This is an additive. If you live in an area that never reaches freezing temps this would be fine to mix with just water (you may need more than one bottle...). In areas that reach freezing temps you'll need to add 50% ethylene glycol (antifreeze)/50% water to your radiator after you flush it and this if product desired.. To flush it you should drain the old anti freeze into an oil pan or other catch pan. In most areas you can send the antifreeze down the drain to waste treatment but you should always check before doing this (do not dump into the street/storm drain/lake/river etc). Go buy a bottle of any brand of radiator flush to aid in cleaning the reservoir and piping in the engine. Pour it in and fill with water, run the motor until it gets to operating temp with your heater on full blast. Repeat if necessary.You will not drain all of the water out... Some will remain in the engine/piping even after draining it (a lot, around 3-7 quarts. so keep this in mind when mixing). Once cleaned and drained add your desired mix of antifreeze/water. Make sure to burp the radiator to remove bubbles.
(approx) 15 Minutes
Simple installation for anyone.
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