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Old 04-01-2006, 11:00 AM   #16
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Looking at the specs the Integy is the best buy. 30 amp discharge, built in power supply and the motor run feature. You can find these for around $230.
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The only complaint about the is if you got good stock motors they won't be able to be broken in on the ice. it shuts down at 10 amps.
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The only complaint about the is if you got good stock motors they won't be able to be broken in on the ice. it shuts down at 10 amps.
I've never had that problem. All I race is stock and I'm currently maintaining three Monsters and two Co27s. The only time it ever halted a break-in was when I had a bunch of junk on the brushes and there was no comm contact... only happened once and was resolved in a minute.
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go with the ice because its easy to use. heck i just got mine and i figured everything out except how to start a charge on a battery pack(have to hold the nob button in). if you get a ice get a ce power supply. they are small and you can put the charger on top and save room
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