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These are the newest spec tire warmers from Graves Motorsports. Fresh off back-to-back Superbike Championships with Josh Hayes and the Yamaha R1! Graves motorsports introduces their new spec of tire warmers available to the customer. Graves Yamaha has a serious pedigree in racing on the pavement and everyone knows you need hot tires before entering the race track at speed.
Rear tire fitment : 180 - 195.
Front Tire fitment : 120.
Includes a nylon carry bag.
Featuring all new neoprene side panels and Graves Motorsports Gas Station logo.
Hot tire pressure is more important than ever. The neoprene sides additionally insulate the tire and wheel, and help block wind blowing across your rims. The elastic stretch also provides a smooth fit.
The most durable warmers in the paddock are easiest / fastest to take on and off and have raised the bar once again.
Fast and effective heat up, even on cold days - temperature set at 80°C.
Melt-proof inner liner (with heat sensitive dye to show mis-use or mal-function).
Operating light- red shows when heating and green when full temp is reached.
DuPont Nomex / Kevlar Insulation to keep the heat in and set hot pressures - heats the entire carcass deep down.
Built tough - Cordura exterior and high-impact temperature controllers, full coverage heating elements.
Quality and price - Designed and built in the U.S.A., these warmers are second to none and are one of the most economically priced!
Note: These warmers are SPEC for 120 volts power sources at those setting the warmers will heat to 80°C within 30 minutes. Generator requirements are 1050 watts (set requires 1200 continuous) - at those settings 80°C will be reached in approximately 45 minutes.
Some benefits of tire warmers:
Most racers and track day riders want tire warmers to avoid cold tire crashes and to go fast right from the green flag.
Go Fast from the green flag.
Set hot tire pressures in the pits.
Avoid "cold tearing" tires.
Save "heat cycles" by keeping tire warm in between sessions.
Tires last longer.
Hot rubber grips the track surface better since not only does the coefficient of friction increase, but the tire's ability to form the track surface through "mechanical keying" is increased.