Originally posted by Randman
From what I have learned, the only packs that you can trust 100% are the ones matched on a turbomatcher. You can't change any of the variables on the turbomatcher to make the #'s seem any higher than they actually are. I am sending all of my packs in to Fukuyama to be rematched on a turbomatcher to make sure all of the #'s are accurate.
True to the fact that is almost correct. One thing though, the CE Turbomatchers are very sensitive and requires periodic calibrations and slight adjustments. So in reality, the most accurate numbers are only acheived when the turbomatchers are new or newly calibrated. In my case, most are new and some just came back from calibration. One thing I've notice is a close friend of mine bought a slightly used turbomatcher on ebay and kept complaining to me that the numbers were aweful. Turns out, we place both matchers side by side to our's which just came back from calibration and it was off by .08. We notice the contacts were a little corroded from high usage. Then there was another case, where another machine also bought on ebay were showing better numbers by .05.
Let me know if you want yours re-conditioned or just purely re-matched.