Chicken Hawk Racing Privateer Line Tire Warmers
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Chicken Hawk Racing Privateer Line Tire Warmers

Chicken Hawk Racing is proud to introduce the Chicken Hawk Racing Privateer Line of tire warmers. The idea behind the Privateer Line was to bring to the market tire warmers that will perform at the highest level possible without breaking the bank. They feature a back-and-forth heating element pattern that insures even heat distribution across the entire carcass of the tire. The melt-proof Dupont inner liner integrates a special heat sensitive dye that will show any signs of misuse or malfunction. Carbon felt and polyester insulation are used to maximize heat retention in the carcass of the tire while elastic neoprene side panels help block wind. The final top layer is made of extremely durable ballistic nylon that will keep these warmers looking good for many track seasons.

With ever-changing advancement in tire technology, one thing has remained constant - the importance of tire temperature. Tire warmers not only bring your tires up to operating temperature for optimal grip when you hit the track on the first lap, but they also extend the life of your tires, and we all know how much a brand new set of tires can cost. After repeated heat cycles a tire will begin to harden and lose grip, this reaction is known as vulcanization. Keeping your tires warm in-between sessions during the course of a day, means the tires only go through one heat cycle. The less heat cycles you put your tires through the longer they will last.

Features:

  • Single Temperature:175°F 
  • Dual Temperature: 135°F and 175°F 
  • Operating light shows red when heating and green when full temp is reached
  • Can be used with all compound race tires
  • Extends the life of your tires
  • Includes a nylon carry bag
  • Sold in sets of two

Note: CHR Tire Warmers are designed for use only with 120v power sources. Tire Warmer sizing is based off of the rear tire. Warmers are generally designed to fit a 120 width front tire, which is the most common among race and sportbikes.

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Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Single Temp / 150-165 1019062 PRIV-250-STD In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Single Temp / 180-205 1019059 PRIV-SBK-STD Available: Requires 5-8 business days lead time prior to shipment
Dual Temp / 150-165 1019063 PRIV-250-DUAL Available: Requires 5-8 business days lead time prior to shipment
Dual Temp / 180-205 1019060 PRIV-SBK-DUAL Available: Requires 5-8 business days lead time prior to shipment

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Top notch product, clear choice
Recently moved up to the Advanced group at my local track days and started checking out the tire warmer options. I know the racers at our club all use Chicken Hawk and have heard about their made in the USA quality and their repair service, but wasn't sure I could afford them.

These Privateer line warmers fit my budget and are clearly better than the made in china alternatives. Toasty warm rubber ready at turn #1!
August 3, 2016
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wowwwww!! amazing! works like magic!
If you're a track day kind of guy! these are the warmers for you. cheaper than the top of the line chicken hawks but get the job done! no temp setting and is done automatically! took it to thunder hill and work like magic! no more warm up laps! First lap i got there - i was already going faster than the rest of the guys.
July 8, 2015
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over 2 years ago
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2009 Yamaha YZF-R1
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Why did you choose this?
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For doing track days.
John D on Jul 26, 2017
because I need tire warmers
Michael T on Jul 22, 2015
For doing track days.
John D on Jul 26, 2017
gift
Tiana B on Nov 30, 2015
because I need tire warmers
Michael T on Jul 22, 2015
gift
Tiana B on Nov 30, 2015
Whats the operating voltage? 110v or 220v? Or auto?
A shopper on Jun 18, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Plug into usa 110 socket.
Will this fit a 110 front?
Mark L on Feb 6, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Yes, with a little extra, like putting a king size blanket on a queen size bed.
Are you able to run these warmers off a portable battery supply (i.e. goal zero yeti)? If so, for how long?
Owen A on Sep 22, 2016
BEST ANSWER: They take 110 AC at 60HZ. A battery is DC. Nope.