anti-freeze protects your engine
Protects your engine against rust and corrosion during winter storage.
- Disinfectant to prevent stagnant water from rotting.
- Prevents limescale and sludge
- Does not affect rubber, metal or plastic
For winter preparation advice, please call us. Best is first preservation oil or fogging oil
in spray your air inlet to prevent internal rust and corrosion.
In addition, check your tail oil to make sure there is no water in your oil, unscrew the bottom step plug, drain a few drops and check.< br />
Your fuel stock in your tank is also important, with fuel stabilizer, petrol stabilizer
to prevent ethanol problems and oxidation.
Do not winterize the engine by running the engine with the coil clamp and waiting for that antifreeze is coming out of the exhaust. there is a very high chance that your engine will still freeze due to too little antifreeze mixed with the water.
The best old-fashioned way to winterize your engine is to first clean the engine and manifolds. tap, then disconnect the thick hose at the thermostat housing, fill with antifreeze, then disconnect the supply hose from the tail and fill with antifreeze, finally disconnect the hoses to the manifolds and fill with antifreeze.
Reconnect the hoses, it is best to grease the flanges so that you can easily disconnect the hoses again in the next period.
You usually need 10 liters to prepare your engine for winter.