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Its supposed to increase efficiency and safety a lot. its not water based so it doesn't turn to steam like typical coolant. Typical coolant is under pressure to raise the boiling point so when an engine is hot and a hose breaks or a cap is removed, the pressure drops, also dropping the boiling point which make the coolant instantly boil over and flash to steam from what I've read in the past you don't need to pressurize the system so you can technically run it in a vented state, doing so would have no extra strain on the water pump thus increasing efficiency there as well. and then there's a lot more additives that can help keep parts lubricated as well as anti corrosives. water is very corrosive, brown antifreeze is very common with a bad mix(too much water) so the coolant looses its effectiveness, water cools better than antifreeze but antifreeze is not to only keep the water from freezing, it has additives to prevent rust and lubricate the water pump.. antifreeze also breaks down and needs replacement about once a year.. the super-coolant is longer lasting, I believe you just keep it full, it doesn't need to be flushed and replaced, but its much more expensive and the engine needs a strong flush if it was running traditional coolant prior..

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