Lucas 10640 Super Coolant Additive, Case of 12 Bottles
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Lucas Super Coolant has been scientifically formulated to provide the ultimate protection in automotive and racing cooling systems. It protects the entire system from rust, corrosion and electrolysis including aluminum.
Our unique coolant additive formula prevents deposits that can cause overheating, and has been proven to reduce coolant temperatures up to 20°F.
Lower cylinder head temperatures means advanced ignition and more horsepower.
- Lower cylinder head temps
- Allow advanced ignition, timing and more horsepower
- Reduce operating temperatures by up to 20°
- Prevents corrosion, electrolytes and deposits that cause leaks, overheating, and cooling system failures
- Case of 12 bottles
Learn more about how cooling systems work with proper coolant mixture and additives by reading our tech article. Cooling System Principles.
For street vehicles requiring freeze protection, add 1 bottle to 50/50 mix. For racing and high performance applications, add 2 bottles to straight water coolant for maximum temperature reduction.
One bottle treats 12-20 quarts of a 50/50 water antifreeze mix. Two bottles are required for straight water coolant. For passenger cars, light trucks and SUV's use every 30,000 miles. For racing applications use every race as needed.
With engine off and cool, shake bottle and pour into radiator. Start engine, turn heat on high and run for 10-15 minutes to circulate through entire cooling system. If straight water coolant is used, tap water or softened water is recommended. DO NOT use distilled water unless mixed with 50% antifreeze.
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