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Sold: Diamond tyre warmers

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Sold: Diamond tyre warmers

Post by Mr Fro » Sun Jul 12, 2020 6:33 pm

Next up in the track day clear out are my diamond tyre warmers. I thought I bought these only a couple of years back but the label says 2016 so I must be mistaken!
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Anyway, I've used these once only so they're pretty much as new condition. No tears, wearing, burns or damage - just a bit of fluff from the carpet. :-)

I plugged them in to check they work and they're absolutely spot on, they click on and off just as they should.

The front is standard 120:
20200712_170355.jpg
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The rear is 180 - 190, what you'll find on most 600ish sports bikes:
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If you've looked at warmers then you'll know Diamond are about the best. I plugged them in to a little genny and used them between sessions and the difference compared to going out on cold tyres was fantastic!

A set of these new will set you back about £225. I'm asking £170 so a decent saving considering they've only been used the once.

Cheers,
Fro
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Re: For sale: Diamond tyre warmers - price lowered

Post by Mr Fro » Wed Jul 22, 2020 5:41 pm

Mr Fro wrote:
Sun Jul 12, 2020 6:33 pm
Next up in the track day clear out are my diamond tyre warmers. I thought I bought these only a couple of years back but the label says 2016 so I must be mistaken!

20200712_170237.jpg

Anyway, I've used these once only so they're pretty much as new condition. No tears, wearing, burns or damage - just a bit of fluff from the carpet. :-)

I plugged them in to check they work and they're absolutely spot on, they click on and off just as they should.

The front is standard 120:

20200712_170355.jpg
20200712_170418.jpg
20200712_170450.jpg

The rear is 180 - 190, what you'll find on most 600ish sports bikes:

20200712_170300.jpg
20200712_170335.jpg
20200712_170508.jpg

If you've looked at warmers then you'll know Diamond are about the best. I plugged them in to a little genny and used them between sessions and the difference compared to going out on cold tyres was fantastic!

A set of these new will set you back about £225. I'm asking £170 so a decent saving considering they've only been used the once.

Cheers,
Fro

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Re: For sale: Diamond tyre warmers

Post by Mr Fro » Wed Jul 22, 2020 5:41 pm

How about £150 - that's a third off!

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