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Old 02-05-2009, 06:23 PM   #1
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2009 Suzuka Tire Warmers Price Drop!!!!

Who said in this economy, things can't get cheaper? Suzuka warmers are built by the folks at Chickenhawk Racing, and thus have greatly improved the product for 2009. Better insulation and a more effective heating eliment. This makes the new Suzuka's a better product. backed by one of the best companies in the biz.

Single temp models for $269/set
Dual Temp models for $349/set

They come with a nice carry bag, and a one year warranty. I get these direct and thus pass on the savings. Contact me with any questions.

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Old 02-05-2009, 08:33 PM   #2
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I have a question, can I return mine and buy some of these?
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Old 02-06-2009, 11:46 AM   #4
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john you forgot to mention the best part.....

they don't use the drawstrings anymore, they have the elastic banding just like the chickenhawks......easy to put on the tire.

i got some for the SV from John, and they work GREAT!!!! equivalent to the chickenhawks i use for the GSXR.
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john you forgot to mention the best part.....

they don't use the drawstrings anymore, they have the elastic banding just like the chickenhawks......easy to put on the tire.

i got some for the SV from John, and they work GREAT!!!! equivalent to the chickenhawks i use for the GSXR.

So single, or duel temp for track day?
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yeah whats the reason to get the dual temp one?
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Essentially most riders can get by with the single temp models. Some people just like the adjustability. Also if you run rain tires regularly it is a good idea to get the dual temp model.

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Dang that's a good deal

My set are still new though
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