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Old 05-30-2011, 05:28 PM   #31
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This is the best igniter on the market hands down to anything else. Lipo powered longer battery life than anything else and consistent power. As far as the tip durability why worry about it. I dont even clip mine on just push down on the glow igniter and it will crank. no need to clip it on.
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I buy the regular aluminum case glowplugs igniters with the meter on top. The ones that can unscrew and you can pull the Sub C cell out of it. Those are basically the easiest to maintain, since I can just get a couple Sub-C rechargable batteries and swap them out when needed. Something like the one on tower site listed below.

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I have sed this one for 3 years and still going strong! Great ignitor.
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http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...attery-Charger

This is the best igniter on the market hands down to anything else. Lipo powered longer battery life than anything else and consistent power. As far as the tip durability why worry about it. I dont even clip mine on just push down on the glow igniter and it will crank. no need to clip it on.
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I have sed this one for 3 years and still going strong! Great ignitor.
Both of the units are 110 v.
I have the Dynamite unit allready ,cant be used without the charger.
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