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Posted by Chris in Atlanta on February 28, 2001 at 09:00:22:

In Reply to: Oops, 2 fast on the keys, more posted by Danny,WOT on February 27, 2001 at 20:57:11:

It absolutely does what it says. It will reduce the coolant temp.

I have heard from several that they found a gel of some sort when draining the radiator, but their systems were still running cooler, so it can't be a big deal.

The big question in my mind is why do you need it? I autocross my M Roadster in Atlanta/Alabama and areas nearby. And my temp has never been anything but normal, never been warm, let alone hot. I suppose that if you track the car, or have turbocharged it or something. . . But if you have a stock car, you may want to fix the problem, not the symptom.

Is this stuff more "snake oil" or does it live up to it's claims? Can this stuff injury my babies tender cooling system? Thanks in advance.

Danny WOT

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