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02-15-2008, 05:27 PM
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Location: Renton, WA
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Tire Warmers Group buy.

All, I am putting together an order for tire warmers. (already put my deposit down for them)
These are from the same manufacturer that RESUCIT8U did a group buy on last year on 1000rr.net

I will be getting both Digital (with remote control box or built in control box) and non digital. Colors will be RED/BLACK/BLUE, Sizes 180/190 rear and 120 fronts.

Prices are:

Digital V5 (remote box) 190/120 (black only) = $280.00 Shipped
Digital (Built in control) 190/120 or 180/120 = $270.00 Shipped
Non-Digital 190/120 or 180/120 (black only) = $210.00 Shipped

(PayPal will be additional 3%)

Note- the Sumomoto website has a much lower price listed, that is for the non-digital and does not include the costs for shipping or the extra charge for the ERC (Exchange Rate Compensation)

If you are interested in purchasing a set or two, please send me an


Nomex, Kevlar; GE RTV 133 Glue; GE Silicon Covered Nickel-Chrome heating wire 2.5mm;
Precision thermostat made in USA; Precisely controlling tire surface temp vibration in a narrow range of 174F +/-5 or 75-82 C;Totally different to other manufacturers' "Heat Protector".
Cordura super tough surface fabric to ensure life expectancy.
Velcro fastening to help mounting and dismounting;
Elastic slingshot(or Spandex) cord to ensure perfect fitting; (Super Strong Nylon Cord is available upon request);
Dual indicators; Red for Heating and Green for Ready.
1000mm - 2020mm heating area to fit all running tires;
CE certificate by ETS; ETS CE certificate ensures human,safety,performance,consistency and durability.

Remote Control Box (there will be no logo on them)


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02-15-2008, 05:31 PM
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I approved this
Rubber to the road, RIDE RED R.I.P. Josh 82-02 miss ya
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02-15-2008, 06:11 PM
I am McLovin
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Yeah so Back off all you cocky Admins

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02-15-2008, 06:13 PM
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Location: new york
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nice deal where were you 2 hours ago when i bought my NEW chicken hawk digitals for 300 NEW SHIPPED ... oops sorry to tease you guys... ..

actually i am not ..
02-15-2008, 06:14 PM
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but bump for a good gb
02-15-2008, 07:34 PM
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Posts: 164

I do love my Sumomoto warmers. Great Product.
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