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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 07-02-2010, 08:32 AM Thread Starter
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Bit of advice, please

Hi Cheps.

I'm taking the thou (2007 1000R) to Italy for 10 days @ the end of July.

She's been running quite warm here in the UK whilst we bask in our 4 days of above 20 degs 'summer'

Do you think I need to get the coolant beefed up - I notice a lot of threads mention engine ice or similar - or will the 'standard' mix do for a short(ish) period - I'm guessing Italy will be warm ...

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I would add 4 ounces of Water Wetter to it and see how it does.

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Thanks Joe

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