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Driving a boosted car in the winter.

Discussion in 'Forced Induction' started by Ryma, Jul 28, 2007.

  1. Ryma

    Ryma Member

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    Sep 1, 2006
    Hello, Iam not new to driving boosted cars but I want advice for a future need.

    When I had a turbo gt stang it died on me before the fall seasion so.

    But what should one do when driving a boosted car in winter?

    The old fassion trick of putting cardboard infront of the radiator(in this case the IC also?)

    That way nothing freezes over, IAm sure some here know but nebraska winters can get pritty bad.

    I know snowtires are a must for many vehicles. and pussyfooting it everywhere staying out of boost and all. no need to slide off into something. Being stupid in winter can be well stupid and not worth it.

    Then theres the ever so best winter beater option but sometimes that may not be an option.
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