Ok, for some reason the LC4 is starting to puke antifreeze every time I ride it lately, and for some reason its a milky white color. Usually its just a few drops, but today it got substantially worse. I broused through the LC4 Index looking for a hint of why this might be happening and nada. I recently did Creeps valve cover re-seal (it went without a hitch, thanks Creep) and decided to change the coolant while she was tore down. This is the first time that I noticed the milky color of the coolant, and it had some thin jello like coagulations (?) in it also. Up to that point, it never spewed out though. I filled and flushed repeatedly until I got all of that stuff out of the system, then re-filled and went on. In the Index, I did see where a silicate free coolant is required for these bikes and I uesd the pre-mixed Prestone 5/150 back when I refilled the system. I just went out and looked at the container and it does not say silicate free, so is that part of the problem? That would make me feel better but the fact is, the milky color was there before I changed the coolant. So far, I have not seen the temp light come on either, seems like that thick milky shit would keep coolant from circulating and cause overheating problems to me. What'cha think? Randy.