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    Snow bashing

    A pic of my chassis after a tank of fuel playing in the snow. This thing is so much fun!!! I need more clearance though. Gets high centered real easy.


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    Wow, looks like you had fun! Did you have any issues with it starting, running or stalling? I'm just wondering because it's going to snow where I live in the next day or so, and I want to make sure driving my Slayer in the snow won't hurt it. Thanks!
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    No problems yet. I watched engine temps. They were right at 200 after a few dozen donuts lol. I had half wrapped the motor and the outside temp was about -10c.

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    Make sure you take that air filter off right away and let it dry. And don't squeeze it at all while its on the engine...the water will go right in.
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    Quote Originally Posted by upbasher View Post
    Make sure you take that air filter off right away and let it dry. And don't squeeze it at all while its on the engine...the water will go right in.
    Already did! I got a second one that I swap out once that one gets soaked.

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    is there a truck under that snow pile?!?!?!
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