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Tire Warmers

I have a set of the standard Chicken Hawk tire warmers currently. Obviously, the temperature is fixed on them. Are there any real advantages to the Pro Line, having the ability to set a precise degree setting? I know different tires have different optimal temps, but is it off far enough to justify the expense of "fancy" warmers? For the record, looks like I'll be riding Pirelli slicks this year is that makes a difference.
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Re: Tire Warmers

Pirelli require the least heat. Believe they say 150 for them. Believe the Dunlops and Michelin are 180. My memory could be slipping though. Believe you can send the CH in and have the thermostat changed to a different temp if you want.
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And then there's this asshole...
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Thanks... 30 ain't so bad... Yet!
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Re: Tire Warmers

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Pirelli require the least heat. Believe they say 150 for them. Believe the Dunlops and Michelin are 180. My memory could be slipping though. Believe you can send the CH in and have the thermostat changed to a different temp if you want.

Happy Bday, and RR you are correct, at least for the Michelins.
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