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Are you storing Supra for winter?

Discussion in 'General Supra Topics' started by CarGuy11, Dec 14, 2019.

  1. CarGuy11

    CarGuy11 Well-Known Member

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    I am be sure to protect expensive battery with these tips.

     
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    Nope! Car is undersealed and ceramic coated!

    I won't go out on frosty days with grit on the road, just wait for the good ones! It is always connected to a charger when in the garage though.
     
  3. geert.bieseman

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    Not storing mine either, daily driving.
    She got her PPF protection and since today on winter tires.
     
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    Yes, stored all winter. Indiana sucks.
     
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    Yep all stored and battery charger plugged in.
     
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    Not an issue here in Kiwi land :)
     
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    We're 15 days into summer here :p
     
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    Nope. Charlotte doesn't get much winter or snow. When we do get snow on the ground, I'll just drive the FRS.
     
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    Haha FRS might even be worse in snow lol.
     
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    If it was still supercharged, it would be wothout a doubt. Fortunately, my drive to work ia literally 2 miles driveway to front door, so I'm not worried
     
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    Not storing, I'm fortunate to be in California where the winters aren't too bad.
     
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    I was planning on storing mine, but depending on the weather and the amount of road salt, I'll probably be using mine as conditions permit. I'm pretty sure I'll be getting a CTEK-40-206 for Christmas for when the car is sitting though.
     
  13. RichSC

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    Nope, bipolar weather here in Colorado brings plenty of mild days during the winter.
     
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    Nope. Winter tires on for the past month already.
     
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    Those that have driven it in snow, how does it do?
     

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