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Old 01-25-2013, 01:51 PM   #1
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Tire warmers

Not trying to spend a arm and leg on some chicken hawks. But i want some good quality ones. Any recommendations?
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Old 01-25-2013, 02:03 PM   #2
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Not trying to spend a arm and leg on some chicken hawks. But i want some good quality ones. Any recommendations?
Someone is slowly getting readyyyyy with his 250
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Old 01-25-2013, 02:19 PM   #3
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I have some Suzuka single temp ones I would be willing to sell.

Pm if interested.
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i think you should say what kind of bike you have
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yeah..those suzukas are nice....work great and not that spensiv.
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I used to have Suzukas. Never had an issues. Only used them for about 8 TD's or so though...
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I started with a set of Suzuka single temps, worked just fine! Upgraded to a used set of Woodcraft dual temps from Whoopie. Still had the Suzukas, which long story short, got traded up for their Dual Temps.

There are few sponsors/vendors that will easily beat any online prices you see. Hit them up! And if you go to track days, you'll know who I'm referring to!
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Any one tried Moto d's?
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www.houseofpaintdesigns.com

Best prices hands down!

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Any one tried Moto d's?
IMO junk. I've used em and didn't like them.

Chicken hawk is the best hands down. However you are not wanting to pay for them.

Sooooooooo, Suzukas is the best bang for the buck.
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I'm pushing for Suzukas, as far as best bang for your buck (like mike said).


LP USA makes some decently priced ones too, and if you're racing you can apply for their Teem Privateer program to get discount.


Either way, hit up a local vendor!
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YUP I have a set of suzuka single temp and they work great. I Bought them from track junkie racing. best bang fo your buck. I wouldnt spend money on cheap ones becauses chances are that out of the box they will not get up to the claimed temp. Good luck!
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Tire warmers means having a generator, track day or ESPECIALLY RACING. There never seems to be a outlet open and when there is one to plug into it keeps tripping the breaker. Check the warmers wattage and size your genset accordingly.
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