Practical Performance Car

May 2013

"First, you prepare the engine with a special fluid and then flush that and add neat Evans coolant – no water. The formulation of Evans products keeps the boiling point way up at 180˚C, so you’ll never get pockets of vapour forming, creating airlocks, pressure and localized overheating like you can in engines cooled with conventional water/antifreeze mixes. You’ll also do more to inhibit freezing and all kinds of corrosion and you should avoid cavitation at the water pump, as the drop in pressure created by the impeller’s action won’t be enough to convince the Evans juice to vaporise. Think it’s expensive? It lasts for life." -

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