Protects against boilover to 265?F and freezing to -26?F
1 gallon of full strength coolant
Reduces engine wear
Drops operating temperatures
Seals pinhole leaks
Formulated for all radiator types
Safe for gas/diesel engines
Provides year-round protection
Also available in premixed synthetic engine coolant
Do you hear that? That little sigh coming from your engine bay? That’s your radiator asking for 1 gallon of Mishimoto Liquid Chill? Synthetic Engine Coolant/Antifreeze. Formulated to operate flawlessly under extreme conditions and with both gasoline and diesel, Liquid Chill? antifreeze and engine coolant will help your engine warm up quickly and maintain ideal operating temperatures.
Liquid Chill? Synthetic Engine Coolant technology combines an inherently nontoxic propylene glycol antifreeze base with unique poly organic additives (POAT) to allow a service life that can exceed 7+ years or 750,000 miles in Heavy-Duty (diesel) applications and over 2+ years or 250,000 miles in Light-Duty (gasoline) applications, although Mishimoto engineers recommend consulting your service manual for application-specific coolant and antifreeze guidelines. Liquid Chill? Synthetic Engine Coolant is designed to meet or exceed all stock specifications and exceeds the specs needed to pass ASTM D6210 and ASTM D3306 coolant/antifreeze tests. This antifreeze coolant is safe for all water-cooled engines, protecting against boilover to 265?F and freezing to -26?F (with 15 psi cap)**.
The proprietary formula doesn’t contain any nasty nitrates, amines, high-fructose corn syrup, phosphates, silicates, borates, and all those other “ates” that will clog up thermostats and radiators, and cause excessive wear on water pumps. Mishimoto engineers strongly recommend that you and your children do NOT consume this antifreeze coolant. Seriously, don’t drink it, and keep it on a high shelf so kids and pets can’t get to it.
Mishimoto also offers premixed Liquid Chill? Synthetic Engine Coolant for your convenience.
**Boil protection can increase by 40??50?F using a 15 psi radiator cap.MIXING GUIDELINES See additional images for ratio chart.