:+1:who would be stupid enough to put that shit in theire bike?lol.I work with that stuff every day.Its not made for bikes.In cars and trucks its fine when youre vehicle doesnt have any coolant leaks.If it does and you add water to the cooling system it ruins the balance of the dexi-cool and it can become corrosive.It can also become mississippi mud clogging youre cooling system from the radiator to the heater core.the intakes leaking on the cars usally the 3.8,3.1,3.4 liter engines are just gaskets that can also leak oil.a good way to see if youre intake gasket is leaking internally is to look in the coolant overflow bottle.if there is any sighns of oily type coolant in it its probably leaking.get the gaskets replaced and flushe the coolant system.
OK so the stuff you buy that is labeled Dexcool, namely the Prestone stuff, is proably not the stuff I should be worried about. This is kinda bothering me, I have always been of the school of thought that a all alluminum engine should use the Dexcool, but I am thinking the Prestone stuff is not the same as the bad actual GM Stuff.i flush coolant at least once a year.. dexcool is rarely used anymore as most coolants are "universal" now. original dex cool was very corrosive stuff. i recommend coolant flushs to all newer gms that havent had that crap pulled out yet..