ok but thats our learning curve isn't it?I'm not talking about the money. I'm talking about the "temp preference"
to someone who actually races.. yes it doesn't make sense.... to a newb minimal investment makes a lot of sense.
Prior to Bickle posting, it was other members that were making the suggestion of buying and supporting a local business/brand. The man came in here and gave us an unbiased and detailed response which I (and I'm sure others) find invaluable. He even said "Moto D is a good warmer" and in the same breath, he gave a fair of assessment of his own Chinese made warmers.
Carbon, I think you're fighting someone else's battle.
I was just going to verify this.... is the 40 people are talking about 40 degrees?!? If so, I guess if you lived in the Southern USA you wouldn't even get tire warmers, because the ambient temperature would be right there for you on a warm sunny day.If you park your bike in the sun on a warm day your tires will be 40C.
Lots of able riders have told you that setting your warmers to 40C is pointless. Are you going to change your mind?