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Taking my brutale 1090r on the track

Hey guys I have to take out my antifreeze out for the track any ideas where I can drain it from and how much water wetter I need..?
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Have you tried reading the Workshop manuals, they are very helpful. I cant tell you how much it will take, but you drain it at the water pump drain plug.

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Your cooling system volume is aprox. 3.5 litres
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Can not comment on any other locations, but worth double checking you have to drain your coolant. Yes for racing, but for a track day?? Is this common in the US or Australasia?

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Not common in Australia, but from previous discussions we've had, it's very much a happening thing in the USA, still worth checking though.

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Hey guys I have to take out my antifreeze out for the track any ideas where I can drain it from and how much water wetter I need..?
About 4oz Water Wetter and fill the rest with water. Measurements labeled on bottle. Changing out coolant depends on track organizer and track that you are attending, but is common here in California. Just make sure you put anti-freeze back in if your location has frigid temps in the winter.

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