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Can someone tell me the name of the product that you add to your cooling system, along with the anti-freeze, that is supposed to reduce your engine temperature a few more degrees? Something like water-wet... I don't know. AND, is this product worth while?
 

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WaterWetter, made by Red Line Oil. I don't have scientific proof that it works, but the theory makes sense to the engineer in me, and I have spoken with enough friends who claimed benefits, that I have it in the Boss.

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I use it in my car as well (water wetter) and I believe it works. It breaks down the surface tension of the water allowing the water better contact with the heating and cooling surfaces. Of course, you must have all of the other things related to cooling in place too (it won't work miracles). Good luck. Mark
 
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