How ToJimmys Garage – Drain your coolant the quick way jr69 5 years ago 22 Comments Facebook Prev Article Next Article Learn how to drain the coolant out of your motorcycle the quick no mess way. Jimmys Garage is a new program to teach you to how to maintain and upgrade your motorcycle.Video Rating: 4 / 5 Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Related Facebook Prev Article Next Article Related Posts How To Fix Your Car Using Duck Tape jr69 December 14, 2012 How-to Replace a Honda Civic Timing Belt.wmv jr69 December 5, 2012 Hydrating Dry Curly Hair 101 jr69 November 22, 2012 How to exercise your dog with a helicopter jr69 March 29, 2015 2002-2008 Ford Explorer Thermostat Housing Coolant Leak Repair Part 2 jr69 January 17, 2013 Aquascape’s “NEW” How To Build a Pond jr69 September 13, 2013 About The Author Jarev More from this Author 22 Comments ultrarandom October 27, 2012 This here is the difference between type A and type B coolant. Type B is recommended for use at the track due to having less glycol, however type A is recommended for around town due to not moving at 200km/h so the glycol percentage is increased rightflipflop October 28, 2012 I wish I had your garage jimmy! I struggle in a very narrow working area, you the man! Great tip too! You the man, twice! 1991tommygun October 28, 2012 put ENGINE ICE in that bitch knackness October 28, 2012 I like that the wayne’s world guy doesn’t know the difference between pressure and vacuum. RhinoAK1 October 28, 2012 Thanks for taking the time to put the video together, but I have to honestly say you spent more time removing the lower fairing than you actually spent explaining how to drain the radiator fluid. coreybrown29114 October 28, 2012 can anyone hear him really? usarmyguardsman October 28, 2012 thank you very helpful BlueRice October 28, 2012 4) the green anti freeze is from aliens vs predator. its the blood from alien that has the element of healing. these green blood can make the internal metal harden for longer life of the engine. MrFireblade67 October 28, 2012 Glad I’m not alone. I’ve always drained my car/bike rads this way. When you mess with drain screws, you end up with all sorts of problems. The metal on alot of those drain screws is not that strong, and the things are always in there too tight. You end up breaking off the drain screw. Far better to do what this guy is doing. 5150tt October 28, 2012 This vid had a great Wayne’s World feel to it. Instant Classic. ESKgraffwriterBreC October 28, 2012 dude he said he has water in it. why dont you listen and not act like you know better. OKINAWA78 October 28, 2012 umm he says right in the begining he has WATER in his bike and he dosnt want the WATER to freeze….. and i have a question does water wetter really work? OKINAWA78 October 28, 2012 umm he says right in the begining he has WATER in his bike and he dosnt want the WATER to freeze Frit0Pie October 28, 2012 lmao SPOOKYDONKEY3030 October 28, 2012 Thank you jimmy !!! mendex187 October 28, 2012 Wow ive been doing the longer way thanx. Now thats thinking with your dipstick Jimmy!! JohnyLooney October 28, 2012 What did you say at the end cant really hear you!! GreenZX6RR October 28, 2012 Furthermore, water IS coolant. The stuff you add to the water is generally antifreeze. The main reason antifreeze is added to a cooling system is because it’s ANTIFREEZE…it keeps the water from FREEZING. True, it has some lubricating qualities, but it also reduces the thermal conductivity properties of water…that’s why straight water cools better…it carries the heat away from the motor better. GreenZX6RR October 28, 2012 Water boils at 212 F…at ATMOSPHERIC PRESSURE. Unless your cooling system has a hole in it, the pressure is much higher. This makes the boiling point of water much higher. This is why a hot radiator will boil over when you remove the cap…the sudden drop to atmospheric pressure. It’s the pressure in your system that keeps your water from boiling, not the ANTIFREEZE. The main purpose of ANTI-FREEZE is to keep the water from FREEZING. Again, you are a moron…go back to shop class. englander1971 October 28, 2012 do not give up the day Job. GreenZX6RR October 28, 2012 Dude, you are a moron! Straight water cools much better than water/antifreeze mix. Look it up, then go back to shop class. Magnulus76 October 28, 2012 in racing you cannot use standard anti-freeze. You have to use water or a pre-approved propylene glycol coolant. Water itself is a decent coolant and will work in most situations as well as any glycol-based antifreeze. What you should be more worried about with pure water is the possibility that it will become electricly conductive and corrode the metals in the engine. You get around this by using something like Water Wetter, which is pH balanced to prevent corrosion.