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  1. With this weather we're itching to get out, too. It's not the freezing we're worried about, though, it's riding and then having to leave the skis out for months until we can ride again, if the weather turns on us. The real danger of riding in the cold is the intercooler. That won't freeze while riding (because of the heat in the engine compartment), but if it's stored with water in it and it freezes (i.e. below zero, as there's no antifreeze in there), it could get seriously damaged. So, if there is a possibility of a freeze after your ride, at the very least you'll need to make sure you blow out the water in the exhaust/intercooler system.
  2. Question, I have a 14' gtr and am still learning. Are you riding yet?! lol I live in Olympia Wa. and with this weather I am itchin to get out! If I went out now, what would I have to do to prevent any freezing of the ski? Since it is closed loop, the motor should be fine as is (I think).
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