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Old February 27th @ 04:17 pm   #1
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From: Las Vegas/Summerlin, NV

Motorcycle: 2009 GSXR-1000
Anyone heard of these guys???
Buy Here: Sportbike Motorcycle Trackday Gear and Accessories - MOTO-D Racing

For the price i wouldnt mind trying them! Unless someone knows something about them?!?!

 
 
Old February 27th @ 05:06 pm   #2
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From: Vegas

Motorcycle: 2007 GSXR-750
All I have read is that they cant get the tire up to temp all the way. Even on full hot.

I know Sportbiketrackgear.com has their own brand and Suzaka warmers are both made by Chickenhawk. I woould go those two or even woodcraft or DMP. I would spend a little more in this department. From all the reasearch I have done is that you get what you pay for. I myself will either go DMP or the SBTG brand.
 
 
Old February 27th @ 05:15 pm   #3
 
From: LAs VEgas

Motorcycle: 2008 Daytona 675
I picked up a set of Capit sport warmers on a group for a good price. The group buy may still be open would u be interested? They are $335 shipped
 
 
Old June 22nd @ 11:43 am   #4
 
From: The Track
Hi All. Came across this thread and wanted to make sure everyone had correct information on our warmers lineup.

All MOTO-D tire warmers feature an industry leading 2-Year "Burnout Proof" Warranty (yes we will actually cover a burnt warmer if you left it on and went out on track)!

Our newest Dual-Temps which have just come into stock this week feature aluminized lining making them 10 degrees hotter than before. On high mode they reach 80'C or 175'F.


Our PRO-Series D/T are handcrafted featuring carbon wire technology which heats up very quickly and using less power than standard tire warmers which use copper wiring. An exterior carbon composite shell provides excellent insulation. These are not your average tire warmers. On high mode they can reach 85'C or 185'F.


Our PRO-Series Digital are handcrafted featuring carbon wire technology and a carbon composite exterior shell. A slim line backlit LCD controller constantly monitors and adjusts temperature from 40'C / 100'F up to 95'C / 200'F with 5 heating velocities. Bring the heat!


Last edited by MOTODRACING; June 22nd at 11:47 am.
 
 
Old June 22nd @ 12:01 pm   #5
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From: Las Vegas, NV

Motorcycle: GSXR-750
WELL HELLO! Does this answer your question rob?! =D

Thanks moto!
 
 
Old June 22nd @ 12:44 pm   #6
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From: Las Vegas/Summerlin

Motorcycle: 2005 Suzuki Hayabusa LE/2007 Suzuki GSXR600/2000 Honda CBR600F4
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Originally Posted by ars0n750 View Post
WELL HELLO! Does this answer your question rob?! =D

Thanks moto!
+1... gotta love getting some informed feedback.

On another note, that front stand in the picture looks like it was made from a rear-stand. Interesting.
 
 
Old June 22nd @ 01:43 pm   #7
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From: Las Vegas/Summerlin, NV

Motorcycle: 2009 GSXR-1000
Nice bro! thanks for the info!
 
 
Old June 22nd @ 03:20 pm   #8
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From: Las Vegas, NV

Motorcycle: GSXR-750
Eric pit pull has a those you can buy as addons that allow you to use the rear as a front stand.. Those look home made in the pic. But I do believe pit pull sells them..
 
 
Old June 25th @ 11:06 am   #9
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From: Vegas

Motorcycle: 2004 CBR600RR (track only now) '79 Yamaha XS650 (The Savage Beast!)
These are cheaper: JPR Performance Motorcycle Tire Warmers
 
 
Old June 25th @ 11:16 am   #10
 
From: The Track
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Originally Posted by ridethebigone View Post
Yes they are a $17 less than our standard Dual-Temps but it's not the same as you are comparing single temp and a short 1-year limited warranty vs. ours which is Dual-Temp, Aluminized Inner Lining, and with a 2-Year "Burnout Proof" Warranty. For approx. 4 gallons of gas you get so much more with MOTO-D!


 
 

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