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why is anti-freeze

  1. #1
    I Dance With Will
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    Oct 2002

    Question why is anti-freeze

    not allow in racing?

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    Super Moderator beet's Avatar
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    May 2002
    Meriden CT

    cause its fucking slippery shit allmost like oil

    + your bike will run cooler as water transfurs heat better then a/f

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    Kosher Assassin Stoneman's Avatar
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    Center Barnstead, NH

    why is anti-freeze

    It's a safety issue. In the event of a crash, the lubricating substance (tee hee) in antifreeze can cause melee on the racing surface...

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    aka Johnny Valve Stem need4speed's Avatar
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    why is anti-freeze

    He said lubricating substance .

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