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Chicken Hawk Racing Standard Tire Warmers - 250 GP/Supermoto (CHR ST-165-12)

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SKU: CHR ST-165-12

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The best tire warmers you can get; use the exact same warmers as top-level AMA factory racers and World Teams Allow fast cornering from the first lap and offer longer tire wear time Saves heat cycles so tires dont have to heat up, cool down and then heat up again Highest watt-density; rear warmers draw 600W, fronts draw 550W for the most watts/square inch available Slow, yet powerful, warmer permeates the complete tire carcass with stable heat Available in Standard, Pole Position and Pro-Line models Sold in sets of two Superbike, 250 GP and Supermoto sets can be used with all compound race tires New quick disconnect power cord adds a new level of safety to protect the warmers and makes moving wheels with the warmers mouted easier Tough, 1000-denier Cordura outer shell Inner lining is made of melt-proof aramid fiber High-impact thermosats and full-coverage Kapton heating elements combine with Nomex insulation that keeps heat from escaping and diffuses it to heat the whole tire surface New integral neoprene side channels cover more of the tire/wheel for improved insulation and allows the tire warmer to fit more closely to the tire Light turns from red to green when tire reaches full temperature NOTE: Not recommended for street use NOTE: Do not use a tire warmer on a smaller tire than it was designed for. Overlapping or bunching the tire warmer can damage both the tire warmer and the tire Tire Diameter 17in. Front Tire Width 110-120 Rear Tire Width 155-170
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