Evans Coolant NPG+
Larry C Leung
l.leung at juno.com
Thu Nov 29 03:03:53 EST 2001
Either stuff is flammable if the conditions are right. Admittedly, EG
50/50 with water becomes less so, due to the water. Neither is likely in
underhood conditions. Needs a reasonably hot open flame....
LL - NY
On Thu, 29 Nov 2001 01:02:44 -0500 Huw Powell <audi at mediaone.net> writes:
>> Any thoughts? I remember a few listers spoke vehemently against
>> using NPG, and I -think- it was because of the viscosity problem.
>> Well, if they've fixed that, is it worth a go?
>I thought the big issue was that the stuff was flammable?
>> Oh...and I nearly fainted at the price. Quantities up to 3
>> $25/gal. That's some pricey coolant. It will last the lifetime of
>> the car, and one of the toted benefits is a zero-pressure system
>> supposedly makes heater cores etc last longer; if it prevents a
>> heater core meltdown, it could easily pay for itself.
>sure, the pressure thing is cool. Not sure I'd want to leave *any*
>fluid in for years and years and years though... it's bound to turn
>yucky colors. But you'd prolly never blow a hose again. Wait, what
>meant to say was... oh, never mind...
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