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AMSOIL Launches Expanded Antifreeze & Engine Coolant Product Line

AMSOIL has announced new Ethylene Glycol Antifreeze & Engine Coolant, now available in two formulations for passenger car/light truck and heavy-duty applications. They join reformulated AMSOIL Propylene Glycol Antifreeze & Coolant.

Motor State Distributing VR-12 Ultimate Cooling System Protection Additive

Motor State Distributing has announced the addition of the VR-12 Ultimate Cooling System Protection Additive to its quality brand selection of cooling system additives. VR-12 is the first and only cooling system additive designed to protect the cooling system against corrosion, rust, oxidation and electrolysis while reducing cylinder head temperatures for more fuel efficiency. VR-12 is a

Ocean to Ocean World Record Set by Vintage Adventurer in 83 Year-Old Ford

The non-stop drive was completed in 50 hours, 20 minutes and 6 seconds, beating his goal by almost 10 hours. Australian motoring enthusiast Rod Wade, aka the Vintage Adventurer, has set a new world record in the Ocean to Ocean Driving Challenge with Evans Waterless Coolant running through the engine of his 1930 Model A

Webasto Says Pre-heated Diesel Engines Reduce Emissions and Improve Performance of DPFs

Fenton, MI – An Independent Emissions Testing Lab recently tested the effects of a Webasto coolant heater on the emissions performance of a diesel engine. To simulate different temperature conditions during the seasonal changes and the effect caused by the Webasto heater, boundary conditions to the test engine were set at 40 degrees Fahrenheit and

New High Performance Coolant from Evans

Evans Cooling Systems, Inc., producer of a unique line of waterless engine coolants, released its new High Performance Coolant, previously known as NPG+C. Company: Evans Cooling Systems, Inc. Evans Cooling Systems, Inc., producer of a unique line of waterless engine coolants, announces the release of its new labels for its High Performance Coolant, previously known as NPG+C.