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Old 01-17-2006, 02:28 PM   #1
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Default muchmore ctx-w or yokomo pro tire warmers

well now that there are two types of top of the line warmers on the market, wich would you choose & why?
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The yokomo pro warmers are the fanciest out there but @ over $300 I would suggest going with any of the cheaper temp controlled units and pocketing the $150-200 you'll have left over.

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Hey is anyone having the same problom with the muchmore ones that 3 warm up but the 4th one doesnt?
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Old 01-17-2006, 02:54 PM   #4
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Hey is anyone having the same problom with the muchmore ones that 3 warm up but the 4th one doesnt?
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If you have problem with tire warmer we are happy to resolve the issue, if you have any question please email me [email protected]
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Old 01-17-2006, 06:40 PM   #5
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i personally hate the solid cup style warmers full stop. esp if your tyre dia isnt always the same.

in my opinion the speedmind fabric ones are the best, they fit all dia's like a glove. no more un-even warming for me thanks...

it's personal preference of course.
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i was looking at the yokomo ones but then the much more ones come out & at 160.00 dollars cheaper when they do the same thing i figured that the much more ones might do.

however i do know that much more did get the whole idea from the yokomo ones.

what sort of warranty come with the muchmore ones?
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You already have the CTX-W pricing?
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yes, however it is not up me to give pricing here. will have to ask muchmore usa for pricing wich they should have now.
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I saw on ebay at $180. It's from Hongkong!
I guess it will cost around $200yish in USA.
nexusracing.net will be a good place to check! at least they have the CTX-D preorder at $200.
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I recived mine on Monday,these warmers are the shizit!! 20~ to 100~ in less than 2 minutes! Plus they look awesome!

Much more ones get my vote
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yes, however it is not up me to give pricing here. will have to ask muchmore usa for pricing wich they should have now.
You said the Muchmore is $160 cheaper than Yokomo correct?
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I recived mine on Monday,these warmers are the shizit!! 20~ to 100~ in less than 2 minutes! Plus they look awesome!

Much more ones get my vote
I thought you'd get the most bling warmers possible , now were's my pocket money , but 1 question what do you power it with? 12volt battery?

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Allrite chaz

You can run it off a 12v battery or a 6 cell stick pack which fits inside the unit,u can also charge it in the unit!
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You said the Muchmore is $160 cheaper than Yokomo correct?
that is basing the price on yokomo rrp.

i like the fact that you can (if in use) charge the pack inside of the unit, i could not find any info on the yokomo ones saying that this could be done.
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I recived mine on Monday,these warmers are the shizit!! 20~ to 100~ in less than 2 minutes! Plus they look awesome!

Much more ones get my vote
so how are the warmers going? are they proving reliable?
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