I have 2 pulsars, used to have a Novak Milleneum Pro and a Pitbull. My Novak sucks because it kept on false peaking my batts and no way to adjust (algorithym whatever). I replaced it with the Pulsar and found out it was charging my batteries better that my Pitbull with it's standard settings. So I sold the pitbull and now has two Pulsars and has been great.
Motor Run In
Battery Matching (so so)
Quiet (no annoying sounds)
Street price for the Pitbull seems to be down in the $135 range now as opposed to $180 for the Pulsar Competition...
i'm not sure how procing looks on the Pulsar Sport...
I was looking at the same issue Pulsar comp vs. 35BL...
My current charger is a Millenium 1.0 ....So it is now the backup. For the extra $50-60 I purchased a 35 BL Stealth ($250 shipped vs. $180+shipping/taxes) and now I have more charge flexibility, a motor run in feature that has higher capacity, and a useable discharge feature...
A used pulsar would have been great...but I don't think they are very common...if someone has one and they want a new charger..they seem to be buying a GFX and keeping the pulsar as the backup.
Get the used TB 35 BL....that way, if somegoes wrong w/ GFX...you got an equipment w/ almost the same features less BLUE thingy.....and you always know the features/buttons & whatelse that COMPETITION ELECTRONICS equipments are good for........also it's cool to have them one on top of another....WAY COOL...........get a face plate to look like the GFX (blue colors of course) for your TB 35 BL......how cool can that be !!!!!!!!!!!!!
nuf said........peace out.
AWOLsoldier The Yokomo dual charger does not have a motor run function or a discharge function.
I just got one also, based on very little use so far I am plaesed with the unit. It did a good job charging 6c packs for mod TC. I am going to run 1/12th this weekend and see how it does with 4c packs.
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I've got a GFX and picked up a Pulsar Competition for a 2nd charger. Luggin 2 big Turbos around takes up too much space.
The nice thing about this combination is that no matter which charger is being used you can still use the other to run your comm lathe.