Tire warmers question

Discussion in 'Information For New Racers' started by bsanorton, Feb 13, 2022.

  1. bsanorton

    bsanorton Well-Known Member

    Any suggestions on a good maker for tire warmers and where for best price? I hate to ask, but where do you plug them in to? Does the track provide the outlet, or do you need to bring a small generator?
  2. mdhokie

    mdhokie Well-Known Member

    There are lots of good brands of tire warmers. Expect to pay a few hundred bucks.

    Electricity depends on the track. You will have to pay a fee, and there are often limited outlets so there are not enough to go around for everyone. If you are going to run warmers, you should go ahead and invest in a small quiet inverter generator (2000W or so) so that you don't find yourself up a creek if you arrive at a new track and find that there is no electric available.
  3. javyday

    javyday Well-Known Member

    Capit, Woodcraft and ChickenHawk are well known quality tire warmers. Most tracks have power but it can be limited so it's best to always be prepared with a generator.
  4. bsanorton

    bsanorton Well-Known Member

    Thank you both
  5. gapman789

    gapman789 Well-Known Member

    What part of the world are you in? I have a very very lightly used WEN 2000 inverter generator and likewise, a very very lightly used set of Moto-D dual temp warmers....I really only had them for a backup.

    I don't really have a need for them anymore so i could sell them if you were interested. I'm in SW Ohio.
  6. bsanorton

    bsanorton Well-Known Member

    Northeast Florida

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