Assuming you have the OEM correct cap.Keep in mind that a Chrysler cooling system is an open system
This link is from a competitor to Evans but raises some interesting issues.Spend the money and buy Evans coolant. Water even with rust inhibitors and such is not the best for the system
This link is from a competitor to Evans but raises some interesting issues.
No-Rosion Products Technical Questions and Answers.
Not to mention that Evans is 100% propylene glycol or a ethylene glycol / propylene glycol mix
Technically you could just run straight rad fluid and save 25.00 per gallon.
Depends on your water source .I have used tap water my whole life. Engine is full of metal crap anyway. Can’t see that it matters. Just an opinion.
I am definitely not looking for cheap, just cool. I have a 440 stroker small block, long duration cam, and an Eastwood crossflow aluminum radiator along with a Derale 2100 cfm 2 speed fan. With a Flow Kooler mechanical pump, it would get to 210-215 after about 30 minutes of cruising around town (in 95 degree heat) and I would quickly head to the house! I have since changed to a Speedmaster electric water pump and will road test that soon.
This all prompted me to think about the coolant. Right now, I have hose (well) water and 1.5 bottles of Water Wetter. I just bought an additive called Engine Ice to try also - Engine Ice