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Old 08-02-2004, 05:04 PM   #1
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How can I charge my reciver pack? do I need a speacial charger?

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Old 08-02-2004, 05:51 PM   #2
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it depends on the reciever pack but there are wall charger available. You can also get some other cheap chargers.

I just (yesterday) bought a used expensive one, so I can change Rx packs. And maybe packs for an electric car. If I decide to get one to play with.
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ok, I guess I need to find me a wall charger
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wall charger are though because you have to find one that charges at the correct rate.

what kind of pack do you have? company? mah?
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Here are some chargers that will


triton, digital piranha,pulse charger,959 super brain, accucycle, accucycle elite

Most any charger that'll do around 1-2 amps and has the correct cell count will do.
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Right, I have a Dynamite Mega Peak that'll charge them if you're interested $30

Rechargables are definately the way to go!
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for nitro racing the best charger IMO is the hangar 9 double vision it can charge a reciever pack a transmitter pack and your glow ignitor all at 1 time

it charges the reciever pack at 800mah (.8amps) which takes usually less than 1 hour

i dont think its very expensive either i think it was near $60

ive been using mine now for 3 or 4 years and its been very reliable

also very easy to use nothing to program or anything just plug it in and set the switches correctly and hit the button
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