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This is a discussion on wetter water within the General Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Accidents. forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; anyone use the redline wetter water? dose it raise the freezing pt. of your coolant? ?????????????? this should help up ...

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    anyone use the redline wetter water? dose it raise the freezing pt. of your coolant? ??????????????

    this should help up your HP, if claims are true.
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    No, it does not change freezing/boiling point. It increases cooling efficiency though. Only really useful if you're having overheating issues. Did wonders for my 2-stroke Enduro bike when doing a lot of hard 1st gear (under 10mph) stuff w/ no fan (not included on a 200lb motorcycle)!

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    Ive tried it in other cars with good results, dont see why it wouldnt work in the WRX, it lowered my temps a bit, and its cheap!
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    I used to have it in my GS-R, sometime I'll get around to it and dump a bottle into my WRX. It makes a noticeable difference, temperature wise.
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    i dont have a label here, but is that stuff safe for aluminum bits?
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    I just bought some Water Wetter. I want to flush out my radiator and refill it as part of my 30k self-service. Should I put half coolant and half mix of water and Water Wetter? The Periodical Maintenance book calls for a capacity of 8.1 quarts. So I'm thinking 4 quarts of coolant and another 4 quarts of the mix. Does that sound right?
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    hehe...wetter water.
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    Do not run just water wetter and water. I heard that coolant is necessary for the turbo.

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