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Hi I'm stephen adams from capetown south Africa I have a gsr750 2014 suzuki motorcycle I still have the pre mix coolant in the bike can I use tap water to top up the reservoir

My bike still have the factory coolant in it which is premixed can I use tap water to top up the reservoir

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Hi, Stephen tap water "NO" distilled water "YES" tap water has minerals and such that are not cooling system friendly also check your owners manual for service intervals for changing your coolant like everything else liquid it looses it's ability to do its job over a period of time and your engine will run hotter. Good luck and have a nice day.

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