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picked up some redline water wetter and was wondering if it was compatable (SP?) with the red toyota coolant..... thanks in advance guys

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michaelvanle said:
I dunno, I'm 50/50 on using water wetter. I remember reading somewhere that it will actually help more with corrosion if you don't change it often. I use a 50/50 mix of Toyota Red and distilled water; no water wetter.
I concur. There was a writeup about debating whether the water wetter was actually good for the car. All I know is the water/coolant is doing fine without it.
 

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michaelvanle said:
I dunno, I'm 50/50 on using water wetter. I remember reading somewhere that it will actually help more with corrosion if you don't change it often. I use a 50/50 mix of Toyota Red and distilled water; no water wetter.
Are you sure you use 50/50? Weren't you the guy that used deer water and didn't know what distilled water is and called it special water?
 

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I started with water wetter not bad stuff but the royal purple stuff is much better imo i got a 5 degree difference between the two didnt really see much of a difference from the water wetter also using a 50/50 mix with the antifreeze.
 

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michaelvanle said:
I dunno, I'm 50/50 on using water wetter. I remember reading somewhere that it will actually help more with corrosion if you don't change it often. I use a 50/50 mix of Toyota Red and distilled water; no water wetter.
Fwiw, 50/50 is too much coolant for most climates, esp. the 'lower 48' in the summer. 70% distilled water to 30% coolant will cool your engine much more efficiently.
 
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