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Coolant from Rocky Mountain ATV/MC

ATV enthusiasts love to get out and ride when the weather warms up, but overheating your machine will end your fun in a hurry. A good coolant is a necessary component when riding in warmer weather as your engine will be running hotter, and boiling over can cause serious damage to your engine. At Rocky Mountain ATV/MC, we carry top products like Cycle Logic Engine Ice and Maxima Coolanol, among others, that come premixed and ready to use so that you will never miss a day of riding out in the sun.

Not only are coolants designed to keep your machine from boiling over, but many are also formulated with anti-freezing agents in the mixture to keep your coolant from freezing up when the weather turns cold. We carry a wide variety of ATV engine coolant products to keep your machine running at the right temperature all year long. Check out our selection from brands like Bel-Ray, Cycle Logic, Liquid Performance, Red Line, Yamalube and more!

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  • 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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