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Old 12-10-2009, 01:57 PM   #16
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To keep the sauce from getting all over the inside of the actual warmers.
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blackedoutrevo,

I use those mm warmers, they are good. Funny thing is 2 years ago everyone in our club was using tire warmers. Now we find it a hassle and race with just letting the traction compound air dry.

However I live in Asia, so weather now is around 27celcius. I guess tire warmers are better in colder climates.

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the towel is also to absorb any oil residue from the tire and sauce/

BOR: just save for the good ones
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the towel is also to absorb any oil residue from the tire and sauce/

BOR: just save for the good ones
I wont use them enough to really care to spend 200 on warmers. Toms warmers worked fine and they werent as fancy as the cheap MM warmers. So they should be fine I think

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