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Old 12-24-2017, 12:40 PM   #1
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How to properly winterize your Sports car.

Enjoy this video on the great rule of thumb for storing the supercar for extended time frame such as during winter.

https://youtu.be/6rNAVkNyGJc

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Old 12-24-2017, 10:05 PM   #2
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Re: How to properly winterize your Sports car.

All that guy does is listen to himself talk. Almost no substantive value to the entire thing, and certainly not worth the time to waste.

There are better checklists readily available on the www.
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Re: How to properly winterize your Sports car.

that is very sad poor so incorrect and that stupid hat !

Ya Lambo owners do their oil changes DAH ! The Lambo I work on costs $1700 for oil changes , very involved many drain items .. takes a good amount of time.

when you own a vehicle like this , you use stabilizer in the fuel .. reason is it will sit for long periods of time. then on fuel 93 octane has alcohol in it in the USA ..

you also set the battery disconnect switch to off .. then put trickle charger on it , the computer type ..this prevents battery damage..

at the end of the use season , you do a complete inspection , leaks/tires/brakes/fluid level & condition . give it a good polishing with a 3M glaze polish .. black foam pad .. the leather requires seasonal cleaning and condition-er often esp if convertible .

store in a heated garage with cat .. LOL..
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