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    Question 2003 GTX Winterization Questions

    When winterizing this ski, we pump antifreeze into the port at the back where you attach a hose to flush. Someone also said that we should be taking the hose which goes into the waterbox out and dumping anti-freeze into it. Is that necessary? This is a SC model without an intercooler.

    Also, how do you fog the ski? Spray stuff into the plug port or remove the injector and spray it into the injector hole then turn the motor over?

    I usually turn it over to a friend who does it all dirt cheap for cash but we moved away and it is hard to get it to him so any help will be appreciated.

    TIA


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    No need to remove the waterbox hose... Antifreeze will flow threw the exhaust when ran on antifreeze... Either pull the injectors or pull the plugs to fog it.... I personally use 2 stroke injection oil or merc storage lube to fog...

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