Yes, you can. Make sure that the warmers and regulators are operating correctly. Do NOT use enclosed tire warmers (side covers that blanket the entire wheel) as this pushes the temperature higher than the specification given on the warmers and on the wheels. Carbon fiber wheels are designed to operate up to 176 F which is more than adequate and will work within the requirements of the tire warmer specifications. If used under normal circumstances, a tire warmer set at 194 F will warm the tire accordingly, and the wheel itself will not achieve more than 122-140 F. Carbon does not radiate the heat as quickly as metals, so there is no need to be overly aggressive with the warmer settings.