I use the LRP Competition 2. (Like you my other charger is a Pitbull)
Things I like about the LRP are:
3 Profiles... I like it for as the day temps heat up, I can just go to my next profile to keep my batteries from overheating.
Can adjust the charging rate on the fly.
If there is a power bump it yells at you. In addition, for extended power bumps it will tell you how long the power was out, so in case you weren't at your pits, you can increase the charging rate if necessary.
Motor run in smoothly ramps up to the voltage level. Gives you an AMPs report which is nice when breaking in new brushes to help you see when they're seated.
It's small. The thing barely takes up any pitspace.
Readout is easy to see and gives you good info.
The power connectors (going to power supply) can be removed for those of you that have jacks and don't need to clip it to something without you having to rewire the connectors.
Things I don't like
When discharing, the charger can only handle about 1 battery per hour cuz it'll get above 150*. I have 2 small 12VDC fans that I mounted on the sides to help cool it down. It has a fan inside, but it just doesn't get the job done. My little fans keep it from going above 80* during a discharge cycle.
Can't name the profiles.
Hope this helps you out. Either way, you will be happy me thinks.
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