Be Coolant Antifreeze/Coolant is pre-mixed and ready to use. Adding Be Coolant/Antifreeze to a Be Cool radiator doubles the manufacturer's warranty. Start protecting your engine from extreme temperatures with this quality product.
Environmentally-Friendly Engine Protection
Be Cool Super-Duty Coolant and Antifreeze is a biodegradable propylene glycol formula with self-sealing properties that protects your engine and components in temperatures ranging from -26 degrees (F) below zero, all the way up to 267 degrees (F). Compatible with all types of radiators and colors of coolant, this unique fluid also delivers anti-leak protection by adhering to all types of metals to seal hairline cracks. Be Cool extended-life antifreeze/coolant offers up to seven years or 300,000 miles of protection in all American and foreign-made cars and trucks, as well as diesel-powered tow vehicles and RVs.
I have a High Performance 389 stroker in my 66 GTO Aluminum Radiator Aluminum Heads. Ran the standard green but ran hot at idle now will use dual elect fan setup, I need about 2 gal as I pulled the old radiator for this new one. Can I just add the 2 gal ?
can I add this to Ethylene Glycol the Green Antifreeze? I want to add 2 gallons of Be Cool Coolant
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