How to Convert Your Car to Evans Waterless Engine Coolant

Our cars, Jeeps, powersports vehicles and heavy machinery represent a lot of pride and joy, and at Evans, we think things that bring us so much satisfaction deserve the best treatment possible. When it comes to engines, that means waterless coolant.

We receive a wide range of questions regarding our waterless engine coolants, including how they work, how to convert a vehicle to waterless coolant, and the benefits of using waterless coolant in a cooling system. Here are a few of our most common.

What are the differences between Evans Waterless Engine Coolants and traditional engine coolants? 

No water! Obvious, right? We’re frequently asked how our formula differs from other liquid coolant products, and it’s really just as simple it sounds. The one factor that every other coolant on the market shares is having water as a key ingredient. By going waterless, you’re opening up a world of benefits for your vehicle. Water corrodes, conducts electricity, and expands when it freezes. It also carries a low boiling point that is very close to the standard operating temperature of an engine, making overheating a possibility. 

How do I drain my engine cooling system?

Fear not! The process is actually much simpler than it sounds. Although you will want to remove all water from the system before converting to our waterless coolant liquid, we’ve done our best to break it down into just a few easy steps.

  1. Begin with a cool engine.
  2. Open all the drain plugs to remove the current coolant.
  3. Insert drain plugs and pour in Evans Prep Fluid. This will remove any remaining water from the system.
  4. Run the engine to temperature for about 10-15 minutes.
  5. Once again remove the plugs and drain the system of prep fluid.

Do I fill the entire system with Evans Waterless Engine Coolant?

Yes. Consult your owner’s manual to determine how much coolant you will need for your specific vehicle.

How often do I need to replace Evans coolant?

Good news! Evans Waterless Engine Coolant lasts the lifetime of your engine. Not only is your vehicle benefiting from this conversion, so is your wallet! As long as your system does not get contaminated, this will be the last time you have to fill up with coolant liquid.

Can I mix your waterless antifreeze with other coolants and additives?

Evans is designed to be poured straight, no additives necessary. In an emergency situation, water or other types of antifreeze can be added in order to get you to a service center without causing damage to your engine. However, you will want to have it fixed as soon as possible before you lose the anti-corrosion and other benefits of Evans Waterless Engine Coolant.

Will Evans Waterless Engine Coolant freeze?

No freezing here! Evans protects down to -40ºF. In temperatures below that, it will just become slushy until warmer temperatures are reached. You can officially say goodbye to freeze bursts!

When deciding if waterless coolant liquid is the best coolant for your car, it’s important to remember that each style of vehicle will receive varying benefits from this product. Whether you’re headed off-road in the Jeep, putting the pedal to the metal in your hot rod or muscle car, or preserving your classic car from corrosion, our team has a solution to meet your system’s needs.
If you have questions regarding a specific vehicle, our waterless coolant product, or just want to pick our brains, give our tech line a call at 888.990.2665 so they can determine and discuss the best solution for you!

Posted 7/16/2018

Evans Cooling Is Gearing Up for Race Season!

Are you ready for racing season? Evans Cooling is! Evans will attend the following races in 2018:


  • February 8-11, NHRA, Pomona, CA
  • February 23-25, NHRA, Phoenix, AZ
  • March 15-18, NHRA, Gainesville, FL
  • April 4-6, NHRA, Las Vegas, NV
  • April 27-29, NHRA, Charlotte, NC
  • May 4-6, NHRA, Atlanta, GA
  • June 15-17, NHRA, Bristol, TN
  • July 6-8, NHRA, Epping, NH
  • August 29 - September 3, NHRA, Indianapolis, IN
  • September 14-16, NHRA, Reading, PA
  • October 25-28, NHRA Vegas, Las Vegas, NV
  • November 8-11, NHRA, Pomona, CA


  • March 8-16, Daytona Bike Week, Daytona, FL
  • March 16-18, GNCC Racing, GA
  • April 7, GA Flat Track, Atlanta, GA
  • May 19, Falt Track, MX, WMX, CA
  • June 9-10, GNCC Racing, Alpine, NY
  • June 17, Pro MX High Point, Mt. Morris, PA
  • June 30, Pro MX, Southwick, MA
  • July 7, New York Short Track, Weedsport, NY
  • July 31 - August 4, Loretta Lynn, Hurricane Mills, TN
  • August 12, Pro MX Unadilla, New Berlin, NY
  • August 19, Pro MX Budds Creek, Mechanicsville, MD
  • September 15-16, GNCC Racing, Harpursville, NY
  • September 29-30, GNCC Racing, Mt. Morris, PA
  • October 6, Flat Track, Meadowlands, NJ
  • October 11-14, AIMEXPO, Las Vegas, NV
  • October 27-28, GNCC Racing, Crawfordsville, IN
  • November 30-December 1, GNCC Banquet, Morgantown, WV

Contingency Programs for Racers

New this year, Evans Cooling is offering a contingency program for NHRA and GNCC racers as a way of thanking racers for using Evans products. 

Evans Waterless Coolant's NHRA Contingency Program will participate in the NHRA National Mello Yello Drag Racing Series and the Divisional Series. It will enable NHRA national event winner and runner up in eight different classes to be awarded cash prizes if they meet certain criteria. For more information or to register, visit our NHRA Contingency Program page.

Evans Waterless Coolant's GNCC Contingency Program will participate in the GNCC Racing Series, and will allow GNCC event winners, and second and third place finisher in 17 bike and ATV classes to be awarded prizes if they meet certain criteria. For more information or to register, visit our GNCC Contingency Sponsorship page.

Posted 3/1/2018

Evans Cooling 2017 Recap: It Was a Big Year for Evans!

It's been a busy year at Evans! We attended 12 NHRA events and numerous Supercross, Jeep, and other events. Evans also became a feature level sponsor of the GNCC Racing Series, and attended 11 GNCC Racing events during the year. Here's a recap of all the exciting news and events from 2017:

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Posted 12/5/2017

Is Your Coolant Ready to Race in 2018?

The NHRA season wrapped up this month with the finals held on Nov. 12 in Pomona, California, and racers will have a break till racing revs up again in February.

The off-season gives racers a chance to reevaluate and make adjustments, and we’re likely to see some switches between manufacturers, teams, vehicles, crew members, and even coolants.

Why Change Coolants?

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Posted 11/15/2017