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Tire warmers Are dual temperature tire warmers worth the extra $100 or are the single temp ones adequate? How long are you supposed to have them on before getting on the track? What is the optimum tire temp?

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Nup. The quality of insulation and distribution of heat is more important. A lot of warmers don't distribute heat well and don't insulate so struggle to get to or hold temp. A warmer should heat not just the tread section but sidewall and rim. If you can get the rim warm, it will keep the temp of the tyre more stable.,,,

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