Item # 15551ZP BRAND: Evans

Evans HP High Performance Waterless Coolant Gallon

Evans HP High Performance Waterless Coolant Gallon
Evans HP High Performance Waterless Coolant Gallon
Evans HP High Performance Waterless Coolant Gallon is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 4.
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Evans HP High Performance Waterless Coolant Gallon

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Evans HP High Performance Waterless Coolant Gallon

Product Overview:

Description

Evans Waterless Coolants are incomparable to any other engine coolant, represent a revolutionary advance in engine cooling efficiency, enhancing engine performance and reducing maintenance costs.

  • Proven to eliminate all problems associated with water based coolants
  • Redefines the boundaries of engine cooling
  • Increased operating temperature means the fan does not have to run as much, improving fuel economy by up to 10%
  • Protects your engine, extending it's life and improving reliability
  • Evans coolants can achieve all this for the life of the engine without the need to refresh

Warranty

made in USA

FAQs

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In the Box

Contents

One US Gallon, 128 fluid ounces

Guides & Accessories

Instructions

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Safety Information

Always wear eye, skin and respiratory protection when installing this product. Never open a hot radiator cap. Follow MSDS for specific warnings and disposal information.

Application Tips

Consult label for proper flushing and installation procedures. Requires the same amount of Evans HP as your cooling system normally holds of antifreeze and water. Use 15552 ZP Prep Fluid if you are replacing antifreeze water mix.

Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 by from GOOD STUFF PUT IN MY 1936 FLATHEAD V8 WORKS AWESOME I CAN'T BELIEVE IT LITTLE PRICEY BUT IT IS WORTH IT.
Date published: 2017-08-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The amazing cool down! Purchased Evans coolant as a winter project for my 86 Vette. Owners of this model Corvette is familiar with the overheating experience in this car. I replaced the radiator with a 4 row radiator and drained and replaced with Evans. Cured my overheating problem immediately. Thanks Evans!
Date published: 2016-10-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great idea I saw Jay Leno raving about this stuff - the idea of a no water coolant with very high boiling point without the need to pressurize the system appealed to me. No water to corrode parts or kill parts by galvanic action. You need the Evans flush to guarantee you have all the old water out of the system first. After that fill with the evans fluid. Lasts the lifetime of the car. I'm using in a 2006 Mini Cooper S - seems to work really well without the need to run the system at pressure.
Date published: 2016-07-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great Stuff but not for Thermo-Syphon Systems Bought several gallons for our vintage vehicles and a 52 IHC Farmall Cub tractor. In the Cub, like a Ford Model T, there is no water pump and the system depends on temperature-based volume/density change of coolant for it to circulate. The Evans would not circulate well compared to water-based coolants and although would not boil over, hot spots and overheating resulted in the Cub's C-60 4-cylinder flathead engine. I switched back to the water-based coolant in the Cub. In all water-pump applications it is terrific!
Date published: 2018-09-24
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Questions & Answers

Is it ok to replace with Evans on a 2009 MB C300 4matic, no issues as I write this

Asked by: eezzy99
The Evans Waterless Coolant works in all vehicles.
Answered by: Scott C
Date published: 2017-10-27

My radiators each hold more than 1 gallon of fluid. Are the radiators topped off with Evans?

Asked by: 3 Birds 1 Z
You will want to use the same amount of coolant your vehicle would have used with standard coolant.
Answered by: S Church
Date published: 2017-10-02

My hot rod runs at 230 and more in heavy traffic. Question is will it let the car temp run at 180 and maintain that temp winter or summer up hill or down?

Asked by: Americanvet
S.church I have a new radiator it works well it keeps the temp to 195. I won't to try to keep it at 180.
Answered by: Americanvet
Date published: 2019-12-24

I'm setting up a new Miller liquid cooled TIG welder that uses a recirculating cooler. Their coolant is a called "Low-Conductivity Coolant," and is described as a mix of ethylene glycol and de-ionized water. Would Evans waterless coolant be a good choice?

Asked by: pappa
Since this is a coolant for engines we cannot guarantee it would work well in a welder.
Answered by: S Church
Date published: 2019-12-24

Does this product contain silicone?

Asked by: All Things Considered
This doe snot contain silicone.
Answered by: KHoffnagle
Date published: 2017-02-17

Hi, can this coolant be used in place of Dexcool? I have an aluminum radiator and coolant system components.  Thanks!

Asked by: Chipb727
This coolant is designed to be used in place of any standard vehicle coolant.
Answered by: S Church
Date published: 2019-12-24

I don't see anywhere on this site where to order the Even's Waterless Coolant Test Strips ?

Asked by: Canadian Bear
We carry them now #15793
Answered by: Eastwood JR
Date published: 2017-05-17

 When you put in the prep do you have to drain that out then add the coolant. Or were they made to work together 

Asked by: kraujo
The prep should be used first and then drained, and then the coolant filled. The two materials are compatible.
Answered by: MikeL
Date published: 2017-05-17
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