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Old 05-30-2006, 06:39 AM   #1
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Much More Tyre warmers Lipo Battery?

Anyone used the Lipo battery you can get for the CTXW TYRE WARMERS? Does it last is what I am trying to find out...... the warmers keep draining my 12v and I am sick of taking 2 along to every race meeting so hoping this may be the answer??

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My teammate used a lipo this week, and had no issues all day long. The warmers were used for 30-45 minutes before each race, and the warmers performed flawlessly. The warmers will perform their best when hooked up directly to a 12V supply. The other nice feature about using the lipo is you can go from 12v to lipo, and take your warmers trackside.
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