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Windscreen clearing time

Halliwell Jones Chester

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So with the weather being cold up here I rolled the Grenadier out from under the canopy last night so it was in the elements overnight. This morning I came in and the windscreen had frozen over, not horrific but at least I could do a little test. These are the results. In all honesty I probably could have hit the wipers a little sooner as it cleared completely with one swipe.
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Less then two minutes?

How can an engine get warm enough within this time?
 

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May be the "wind screen heating" is indeed a feature with an extra electric heating element?

This would be great.

@Halliwell Jones Chester
Steve, any idea?
 

Halliwell Jones Chester

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May be the "wind screen heating" is indeed a feature with an extra electric heating element?

This would be great.

@Halliwell Jones Chester
Steve, any idea?
Not 100% but I can ask the question, without any innuendos, it blows hard!!!
 
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