Question about 2004 Honda VTX 1300
Any brand name motorcycle antifreeze should work for you. If genuine Honda coolant is not available to you, you can use GM Dexcool or any NON SILICA style automotive anti freeze. The silica (scrubbing) particles in regular automotive anti freeze will damage the water pump seal ceramic washer causing your pump to start leaking. 50/50 mix should work fine. If you have to dilute the antifreeze to achieve a 50/50 mix, use only distilled water to limit corrosion or crust build up in your radiator.
Posted on May 29, 2011
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