Engine Ice Hi-Performance Coolant offers superior performance in all types of water-cmustangooled engines.
Our initial research was primarily in the area of motorcycle performance; however, all of our research has proven that Engine Ice Hi-Performance Coolant will provide superior performance in most all conditions. Right from the outset, our product was shown to reduce operating temperatures.
However, automobiles posed a slightly different issue
Used in “open block” cooling systems such as racing engines and older engines, Engine Ice Hi-Performance Coolant offers outstanding performance. We use the term “Open Block” to describe engines without restrictive instruments, thermostats or higher temperatures that consistently keep the thermostat open. Most all high-performance engines maintain much higher temperatures that keep the thermostat open constantly. These engines are prime candidates for Engine Ice Hi-Performance Coolant.
The use of Engine Ice Hi-Performance Coolant offers not only greater cooling capabilities, but also the opportunity to improve racing aerodynamics. By reducing your engine water temperatures, you can add more “tape” to the front of the machine to increase your aerodynamics and downforce, thus increasing your speed and reducing your E/T or lap times.
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Engine Ice Hi-Performance Coolant can make your race car faster!
Engine Ice Hi-Performance Coolant offers easy clean up from the racing surface with a mild cleanser and water as well as most standard absorbent materials. This ease of clean up makes Engine Ice Hi-Performance Coolant LEGAL in most racing sanctions and organizations. Its environmental aspects also make it easily disposable; however, we always recommend you dispose of all fluids and coolants responsibly.
Engine Ice Hi-Performance Coolant has been used in NASCAR racing by three-time Goody’s Dash Series Champion, Robert Huffman, in his White House Apple Juice TRD/Toyota Celica. Robert Huffman was the first driver in history to win a NASCAR racing event at the famed high banks of Daytona International Speedway in a Toyota brand machine.
It just so happens, Engine Ice Hi-Performance Coolant was in his engine and helped him run cooler, run more tape and up front to the checkered flag.
*A note on modern street automobiles:
Newer model street vehicles are equipped with a massive amount of electronic and computerization equipment to keep your passenger car operating at what the manufacturer wants the engine to operate at. One analogy we use, and we agree it’s a bit simplistic, is that even if you filled your radiator with ice cubes, the computer system would hold the thermostat and monitoring equipment until it reaches its pre-programmed operating temperature. The bottom line is, you’ll probably only reduce the overall temperature by a couple of degrees due to the thermostat opening and closing or “feathering” to maintain its preprogrammed and desired temperature. Keep in mind; we are talking stock, unmodified passenger cars, not racing cars.