Where are you located? Does it freeze in the wintertime? Do you leave your bike outside any?
Water wetter has zero freeze protection. At 32 degrees, it will freeze (NOT GOOD for your bike).
Regular Anti freeze is Ethylene Glycol. It works fine in your bike. However, it cannot be used on the track because it leaves a residue that is SLICK LIKE OIL and difficult to clean up.
Engine Ice is Proplyene Glycol. It's does just as good as Ethylene Glycol, yes some trackday orgs will allow it's use because it's supposed to not have the bad effects like Ethylene Glycol coolants. However, I have seen it leave a stain on asphalt.
I run Water wetter in my trackbike, but for my Busa I run Engine Ice. Regardless, it's a good idea to flush and reflush using straight distilled water.