Ice cold, does this look frigid?

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Ice cold, does this look frigid?

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What do you think? Too cold for this, or just right for the turbocharger to sing :wtf

Not my cars, as this was something I saw elsewhere, but can relate. I drive year round with a beanie and gloves, when needed. :haha
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Re: Ice cold, does this look frigid?

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uploads did not add first time :help
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Awesome!!!
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Nice photo series :beer
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Re: Ice cold, does this look frigid?

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Where did you find these?
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Re: Ice cold, does this look frigid?

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I did a search on Callaway cold air and found them online. It certainly looks cold, although I was looking for the benefits of cold air for inlet temps :joker
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My exgirlfriend was frigid
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Re: Ice cold, does this look frigid?

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Unfortunately cold weather, pavement and tires don’t stick!
So if you are getting more power it is also harder to get it to the ground.
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BIGJOHN wrote: Sun Nov 21, 2021 4:15 pm My exgirlfriend was frigid

We've all been on that highway, I am afraid :salut

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Re: Ice cold, does this look frigid?

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I used to love driving my Grand National in the winter. The Turbo really was sweet. However, like Big John mentioned, traction was tough on cold pavement. I used to drive that GN every day I could. Even dug it out of the weather in this pic:
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