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    ultra 300x Winterization

    My buddy just asked me to winterize his ski for him an I was wanting to know if they were any special treatments to do on the super charger or engine. Thanks for any tips


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    Fog the charger, antisieze the sparkies, change oil and filter, fuel treatment, put on intellegent battery charger, wd40 the metal bits and leave the seats ajar.

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    [QUOTE=eel;1818284]Fog the charger, antisieze the sparkies, change oil and filter, fuel treatment, put on intellegent battery charger, wd40 the metal bits and leave the seats ajar.[/QUOTE


    Not a good idea to use WD40, as long term use will affect rubber parts, ( look up other posts on this subject and what to use instead )

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    I use a lanolin based product. Seems to do the job

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimmy71 View Post
    I use a lanolin based product. Seems to do the job

    Agree, but it depends on what part of the world you live its called different names.

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    obviously you have no idea if eels day job lmao the wd40 as he said is for metal bits only

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    Quote Originally Posted by eel View Post
    Fog the charger, antisieze the sparkies, change oil and filter, fuel treatment, put on intellegent battery charger, wd40 the metal bits and leave the seats ajar.[/QUOTE


    Not a good idea to use WD40, as long term use will affect rubber parts, ( look up other posts on this subject and what to use instead )

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    [QUOTE=nicjak;1908892]obviously you have no idea if eels day job lmao the wd40 as he said is for metal bits only


    Sorry i misread message

    Although I'll stand by my point and steer away from wd40...... WD40 can become conductive as it ages, so i learnt to never use it near high tension components. If i had to, would wipe it with a rug after spraying it....... Can also damage some plastics/Rubber

    IMO There are far better products to use......IMAO too


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