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UTV Coolants From Rocky Mountain ATV/MC

When you are out tearing up the dunes or blazing down a trail on a hot summer day, the last thing you want is your fun cut short from your UTV overheating. At Rocky Mountain ATV/MC we understand the need for a good coolant to help your machine transfer heat properly and avoid boiling over. Conversely, you don’t want your coolant to freeze up when the temperatures dip into the lower degrees either, which is why we carry a variety of coolants to keep your UTV riding at just the right temperature all year long.

We have an impressive selection of UTV coolants to choose from that come premixed in 50/50 or 60/40 solutions that are ready to use and so nothing will delay you from your next UTV adventure. Some of the brands we carry are:

  • Cycle Logic
  • Liquid Performance
  • Polaris
  • Bel-Ray
  • Maxima

You will find these and even more brands with the best coolants available on the market when you check out our UTV coolant selection.

Latest UTV Coolant Reviews – You could win up to $500 for reviewing products!

  • Red Line Water Wetter

    Red Line Water Wetter

    Michael in CA

    Red Line Water Wetter super coolant

    This stuff really works. Keeps my Yamaha YZ 4 strokes from puking radiator fluid on the concrete starting gate

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  • Cycle Logic Engine Ice

    Cycle Logic Engine Ice

    MASON in ND

    AWESOME

    AFTER USING NEVER HAD ANY BOILING OVER PROBLEMS AND RARELY HAD TO TOP OFF

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  • KTM Motorex Coolant M5.0

    KTM Motorex Coolant M5.0

    Kevin in WY

    Great coolant

    Seems to work great in all weather!

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  • Liquid Performance High Performance Mini Bike Racing Coolant

    Liquid Performance High Performance Mini Bike Racing Coolant

    Cody in Colorado

    No overheating issues!

    I like the color of the coolant, makes it easy to check level and complete the flush. We have had zero overheating issues with my daughter's Cobra SR (with the 3 shoe clutch). I haven't seen it create any steam from the overflow since switching either. This is the Cobra factory coolant of choice.

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  • Pro Honda HP Coolant Type-2

    Pro Honda HP Coolant Type-2

    BRANDON in OH

    Quick shipping, good product

    The only coolant i use

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  • Liquid Performance High Performance Racing Coolant

    Liquid Performance High Performance Racing Coolant

    STEPHEN in NM

    well, there has to be at least one naysayer....

    I have a KTM 500 EXC that runs Single Track at an elevation of about 6500 ft. I currently have a Boyesen Super Cooler Water pump on my KTM to help with the cooling issues. I followed the coolant instructions by flushing my system of old coolant, then filled the system with this stuff (supposedly high performance racing coolant). With the temperature around 60*, you'd think my bike would have been hovering around 200* or so. Nope, it was up around 218*, with the cooling fan running constantly. This doesn't say much for this "high performance racing coolant". Previously I had another blue colored coolant with a stock water pump. While riding in phoenix, my engine temperature was about 210, which was expected for the 80* heat. I'll be draining my bike of this "stuff" and putting the blue coolant back in before my next ride. I have a KTM 500 EXC that runs Single Track at an elevation of about 6500 ft. I currently have a Boyesen Super Cooler Water pump on my KTM to help with the cooling issues. I followed the coolant instructions by flushing my system of old coolant, then filled the system with this stuff (supposedly high performance racing coolant). With the temperature around 60*, you'd think my bike would have been hovering around 200* or so. Nope, it was up around 218*, with the cooling fan running constantly. This doesn't say much for this "high performance racing coolant". Previously I had another blue colored coolant with a stock water pump. While riding in phoenix, my engine temperature was about 210, which was expected for the 80* heat. I'll be draining my bike of this "stuff" and putting the blue coolant back in before my next ride.

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