Extremely interesting especially if a fellow is using the machine for plowing. Speeds are slower and more stop/go as well as reverse scenario's. I am currently using my Kingquad 750, but one day I may decide to put a plow on the wolverine. Cooking a belt or worst is something none of us want especially in the winter. It far too hard to get at these belts. I've driven mine in snow this year but much faster30-55km/hr in 4-8 inches on a trail.
With ambient temp down around freezing cooling shouldn't be a problem even in heavy load situations if the air flow engineering is adequate. Thats very hot air and the contact surface temp of the belt and sheaves will be much higher than the air temp you're reading.