How to build Ice Racing Tires
Hey guys, in this tutorial I´ll be showing you step by step how to build your own ice racing tires, in this case for a motorcycle. We have been trying over 10 different models and fint this to be the best, so far. I hope that you´ll enjoy it and if you got any questions all you need to do is to comment down below. Excuse my english, it will be better in the future! :) Continue to read if you want everything in text so you can print it for a reminder. Dont forget to subscribe, I´ll give away a free t-shirt every other week to one of my subscribers :) Custom design made by me, ship to the whole world. So we know that a tire got 10-14 mm of rubber, depending of it´s conditions. Mesaure the nuts that you are going to use and then add the 10-14mm. Example: 11 mm rubber + 9 mm nuts = 20 mm This means that 20 mm will dissapear inside of the tire and wont touch the ice. So you will atleast use 25 mm screws but I would prefer 30mm :) So when you got your "30mm screw" you can grind/sharpen 10 mm of it. When you´ve grinded all the studs you´re ready to insirt them to the tire. Now it´s time to decide if you are going to use ordinary washers or if you will you will use the metal band as you saw in the video. I choose the metal band because the tire will stay stronger and it will also give you a free pattern for your studs. Same on the outside, decide what kind of nuts you will use. The ones in the video are lighter than normal nuts and you dont need a washer. Draw a line around the whole tire, centered. Drill the first lap around from the outside to make sure that it´s centered. Then it´s okey to drill from the inside. Feel satisfied with your pattern? I do hope so. You probably have some questions how to keep the air inside of the tire when you´ve mounted it. Dont worry. In my next tutorial I´ll show you how to setup your bike for ice racing. Since there is more than just studded tires.
S1000RR on Ice - MAX BMW
The BMW S1000RR takes to the ice
Warren Racing's V Max
1990 Yamaha V Max. All stock internals with some bolt ons and damn fast. I call my V Max "The Bracket Killer" because the bike is deadly consistant on times during bracket races. As long as I cut a good light, the odds are in my favor that I will win. The bike runs within .02 of a sec every pass, and thats hand and foot shifting. No air shifters here.. John