Powersports

Designed for motorcycles, ATVs, UTVs, and snowmobiles

You’re not traditional—why should your coolant be? Your engine revs high and runs hot, and a loss of coolant from an overheated engine can leave you in the last place you want to be—on the sidelines. Unlike traditional coolants, Evans Waterless Powersports Coolant contains no water. No water means no steam, which means your engine can run as hot as you want and you’ll still stay in the saddle.

Technical Specs:

Waterless Powersports Coolant is for: MX bikes, trail bikes, Enduro bikes, street bikes, quad bikes, ATVs, UTVs and snowmobiles

Boiling Point: Above 375°F

Antifreeze Properties: Protects below -40°C

Benefits: Eliminates system corrosion, improves combustion, maximizes HP, prevents boil-over and freeze-burst, safe for pump seals and bearings.

Life Span: Protects for life of the engine

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See How It Works:

Convert To Evans Waterless Coolant

The primary objective of installing Evans Waterless Coolant is to eliminate many problems associated with water in conventional water-based antifreeze, while increasing reliability and engine life.

Method 1:

For machines with no thermostat

  1. Begin with a cold engine.
  2. All of the old coolant must be removed from the cooling system. Conventional antifreeze contains water and water contaminates Evans Powersports Coolant. Do not flush with water.*
  3. Completely drain cooling system and expansion tank according to the owner‘s manual. Make sure that ALL antifreeze is removed from the radiator, engine, hoses, and expansion tank.
  4. Remove a low hose connection, typically at the coolant pump, and blow air through hoses, radiator, and passages to help push old coolant out.
  5. Pour a small amount of Evans Powersports Coolant or Evans Prep Fluid into the radiator and in the hose leading into the top of the engine. Drain and blow out passages again with air to remove residual fluid.
  6. Close up drains, attach hoses, and fill the system with Evans Powersports Coolant. Fill expansion tank to cold line.
  7. Dispose of drained fluid responsibly. Treat Evans Prep Fluid and Evans Powersports Coolant the same as antifreeze for disposal purposes.
Method 2:

For machines with thermostats or with extensive bodywork and difficult-to-reach components

  1. Begin with a cold engine.
  2. All of the old antifreeze must be removed from the cooling system. Conventional antifreeze contains water and water contaminates Evans Powersports Coolant. Do not flush with water.*
  3. Drain cooling system including expansion tank according to the owner‘s manual.
  4. Remove a low hose connection, typically at the coolant pump, and blow air in through the radiator or system-fill opening to push out all the old antifreeze.
  5. Close up drains, attach hoses if removed and fill system completely with Evans Prep Fluid.
  6. Run engine enough to open the thermostat and thoroughly circulate Prep Fluid. Allow engine to cool to relieve any pressure build-up due to water vapor expansion.
  7. Drain system and blow out as well as you can again.
  8. Close up drains, attach hoses, and fill system with Evans Powersports Coolant. Fill expansion tank to cold line. Check fluid level after initial operation.
  9. Dispose of drained fluid responsibly. Treat Evans Prep Fluid and Evans Coolant the same as antifreeze for disposal purposes.