Corse recommends and stocks Evans Waterless Engine Coolant and Prep Fluid.
The coolant is particularly suitable for modern high-performance engines with inefficient cooling systems. That's right, many modern engines have fundamental cooling system design problems.
The technicalities are detailed in the panel, below, but here are the basics.
These days, mass-production car engines are built down to a price. 'Near enough is good enough' in a lot of areas.
One key component is the block, which often has rough internal surfaces that would have been smoothed out in the good old days. Cheap and nasty water pumps churn up air bubbles in water-based coolants, creating hot spots where they collect on those rough surfaces.
The result? The engine temperature gauge needle heads for the red zone.
Modern engine computers react to rising internal temperature by increasing the fuel:air ratio. More fuel goes in just to keep the engine cool - there's no performance gain.
But Evans Waterless Engine Coolant doesn't aerate under normal use. Being waterless, it also doesn't corrode the engine or cooling system. It's also an effective anti-freeze agent, and doesn't need replacing for the life of the engine.
NO WATER - NO OVERHEATING
NO WATER - NO CORROSION
NO WATER - NO PRESSURE
NO WATER - NO LINER PITTING
NO WATER - MORE BHP
Traditional water-based coolants regularly cross the thermal boundary that separates efficient Nucleate Boiling (A) from inefficient Critical Heat Flux (CHF).
Critical Heat Flux (CHF) is synonymous with ‘Departure from Nucleate Boiling’ (DNB). When DNB occurs, a layer of steam bubbles forms adjacent to the engine hot-spots (B).
Steam dissipates less than 1/30th of the heat that water does, rapidly over-heating nearby metal and causing premature engine detonation.
For more information about Evans Waterless Engine Coolant and Pre Fluid, or to order Evans products, contact Corse.