Link to bmw coolant?My notes following a C650 GT coolant change:
Installed new BMW OEM coolant March 2021 at 15,100 miles.
Coolant capacity listed as 1.5 liters in the service manual (40% of a gallon)
NOTES: Drain the coolant pump and torque to 10 Nm (7.3 ft. lbs.). Drain the overflow tank, loosening the right bolt to tilt the tank down and pour every drop out. Drain the radiator. Exactly 1.5 liters came out, which is BMW’s listed capacity. Optional: flush with distilled water. Most of 1.5 liters of new fluid poured into the radiator cap and overflow tank. When both were full, ran the engine a few minutes to get coolant into the system, rocked the bike side-to-side on center stand, and was able to add the rest of the fluid. Exactly 1.5 liters went in."
Is it the same coolant that bmw uses for cars? I can’t find clear answer on that. If that’s the case then I have a gallon of that stuff I was just hesitant to use it in the scooter before finding out if it’s up to spec.Sorry, I'm generally not a tough crowd at all. My posts here offering part #'s, procedures, tips, insights and experiences number in the hundreds. I help people and people help me. It's a beautiful thing.
However, there is a small subset here who expect others to do all the work for them. Even something as simple as Googling. Laziness irks me. Clearly you have a pressing need with overheating. That's different.
https://www.bobsbmw.com/store/product/bmw-antifreezecoolant-1-quart (you need two liters to put 1.5 liters in. There are two drain plugs to get 1.5L out).