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Old 01-30-2007, 04:35 PM   #16
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the GFX is the best but i dont have one. i have MM stuff and they work ok have had no problems with them.
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Old 01-31-2007, 07:25 AM   #17
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Since I switched to Muchmore, I notice all my packs last longer and maintain good runtime and voltage close to labels.
I have cellmaster and ctx-d with out any problems or issues.
But prices are a bit higher but I think it's worth to invest.
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Old 01-31-2007, 07:40 AM   #18
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i have to agree with the customer service MM provides - it is below average. luckily for me, i don't race much and i've never been in a pinch to get things back quickly. i've only had an issue with one of my CTX-C's and it took well over 3 months to get it back

Honestly, i only use the chargers because of their relatively small size and they look cool! I stick to the GFX to do 80% of my charging. i only use the CTX-C when i'm racing and need to run 2 chargers at once.
The CTX-D, tire warmers and power supplies work fantastic. the motor cooler really was a waste of $$. if you need one, buy one from Crazy Rony!

finally, all the blue bling looks great on my bench!

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Old 02-12-2007, 08:35 AM   #19
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Choice MUCH MORE New charger Silent !!
can 6A charger Li-Po

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Old 02-12-2007, 09:40 AM   #20
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I just purchase the Orion Advantage Charger ..
So far,

Very satisfied with everything and its easy to use to .....
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Old 02-12-2007, 09:49 AM   #21
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Id have to 100% choose the Orion Advantage Carbon charger. I just picked up a 2nd one.

My final thoughts....

1. Cell Master cant run motors in, (You have to buy another $180 Motor Master to do so!! This should be the first green light to get the Orion!)

2. Cell Master cant charge more then 1 amp for lipo! (This should be the second green light to get the Orion!)

3. Cell Master only has 3 charge memories, the Orion has 5. (Not a to big of a deal)

4. Both have step charging

5. Gotta dig the carbon fiber look on the Orion

6. Orion gots that nifty battery holder on the side.

7. Finally, I have found lots of Orion Advantage Carbons going for $100 Buy It now, but some like $114 plus shipping on ebay or other online hobby shops. Still beats teh price of the used rate on rctech of the Cell Master of $130-150

As far as the Ice goes, also looks like a good charger, two probs, cant read it sitting at your pits, have to prop it up on somehting, not bad lit for lowlight conditions. And generally $130 new

And I can honestly say, I think the reason people get the Much More items is because they are jumping ont he band wagon. They think... (The pros use MM and win, maybe i should to!)

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Old 02-12-2007, 10:24 AM   #22
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The only issue I have with my orion is the lack of >10A output for motor run-in and lathe use, other than that it has been working great.
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