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I was told to let mine warm up for a minimum of 10 minutes.

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when you think its been long enough
 

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I usually immediately pull them off the trailer, then let them sit for about 5 minutes while I put my helmet on, pack the car, close the trailer, etc. Then take it easy for a few miles.
 

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I do exactly the same as Droptop... let 'er warm up while I get dressed.
 

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I do exactly the same as Droptop... let 'er warm up while I get dressed.[/b]
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Same here, and again, take it easy for the first mile or two.
 

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I'll fire them up and let them warm up for a few minutes.
Depends on how cold it is. The colder, the longer I let them warm up.
I don't feel the rear heat exchanger.
Usually go by the head temp.
Don't want to idle it too long as it loads them up.
Once warm. I'll shut them down and continue to dress, etc.
They'll retain their heat longer than it takes to finish getting ready.
Then take it easy for the first few miles.

Just installed a digital readout water temp. gauge on the 2 Gades.
Jacqui's Formula Deluxe came with the gauge package.
That'll give me a reading I can go by once I can relate the numbers to my warm up procedure mentioned above.

Jeff
 
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