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Old 03-22-2007, 09:54 PM
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Question water vs coolant in 6.0

Would it run colder with water or should I stick with coolant ,
I know the reason my coolant is boiling ,the egr cooler,but until I put on a egr delete up pipe my engine is going to run hot .
So i'm thinking about just running water with water wetter ,but if the stock coolant is still good after boiling I'll stay with it.
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You need to switch to Evans waterless coolant, much better than standard antifreeze and also better than water.

www.evanscooling.com/main1.htm

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Water by itself has a lower boiling point than a 50/50 water/coolant. You'll have more overheating problems as well as other issues with straight water.
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