Ok, I would like to make one further comment in this, Although in theory it sounds fine, a coolant that can't over heat sounds attractive, but on the other hand, you must consider a cooling system that can't over heat may mask other problems such as head gasket issues, as head gaskets fail, coolant is drawn into the cylinder and exhaust gasses are injected into the cooling system, this can often be seen by an increase in coolant temp, now I am not aware how this coolant reacts with conventional bulb type heat sensors, do you still get conventional temp readings? Will the extreme boiling point hide potential issues? On of the key diagionstic tools for head problems is the head check, it is a very reliable chemical test for Co in the cooling system, will this new coolant still be able to accept such tests? But maybe the pros may out weigh the cons, I a just not sure, I would do a lot of homework on this if I was considering using it, trouble is I am of the old school, I have been in this industry fixing engine & cars for over 37 years, and some times it IS a bit hard to teach an old dog new tricks. Good luck with it.
Sunday, March 6th, 2011 AT 11:48 PM