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post #1 of 9 Old 06-03-2006, 06:18 PM Thread Starter
 
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tyre warmers? what brand?

im doing my ride days on a monthly basis & need tyre warmers - what brand is recommended via experience or from what has been heard?
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i have the chicken hawk pole position warmers and like them alot. They have three settings at 135-155-175. Or you can just get the standard chicken hawk warmers as well. http://www.indysuperbike.com/custome....php?cat=21072
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the chicken hawks are awsome. i ride on trackdays with alot of friends so i see alot of brands. chicken hawks are the way to go. btw ebay 250 delivered.

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seems that chicken hawk are the way to go - u guys think they would have a distributor here in australia?

what are the opinions of having adjustable temp settings, or should i just go for the non adjustable types?
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Non adjustable works fine for me. They have a thermostat, incidentally.

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tires dont know hot vs real hot...just keep them hot.

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if you can swing it get the top of the line ones. they are very nice!!!!
different tires run different temps for best performance.

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