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Old 04-18-2006, 05:58 PM   #16
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Hey Chris, I just got the Orion charger, I had two Ice chargers but my teammate needed a charger that could do lipo's and he just got the Orion thinking it was the cf, which can charge lipo's. So being the nice guy that I am I traded with him, I like the Orion so far but yet to use it in a race setting. will be racing this weekend. at www.newredhobbies.com
I like that short video on that on-road track, looks like a lot of fun!
Let me know if your able to do any comparison type testing at your race.
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Old 04-18-2006, 06:11 PM   #17
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Turbo 35 hehehehehe
If not get the ever reliable pitbull! My pitbull is 4th hand and it still rocks! Its almost indestructable from short circuits or reverse polarity because of its two 10 amp fuse protecting the Input and output of the Pitbull. Very reliable, cheap, light,and it rocks!
Do you have both the turbo 35 and the pit bull chrager?
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Old 04-18-2006, 09:14 PM   #18
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Thanks Chris, I Will give you a comparison Sunday nite.
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Oooh yeah click on the little video.
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Do you have both the turbo 35 and the pit bull chrager?
Nope, just the pitbull. My friends at the track have the 35... want to buy one but it is sooooooooo bulky. its better to get the pitbull if ur sticking with NiMH's or NiCd's. It's cheap, efficient (no false peaking, user friendly, and most importantly... its handy.
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ICE ICE BABY!! Great charger, just if you are using it indoor with ac power, you'll need a power supply, but great charger for the money, i love it!!!
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Nikkon,

I have been using the Orion Advantage and it has worked great. Lot's of helpful features and small size. I especially like the battery holder while I charge, just that much less clutter on the table when I am working. I would suggest what ever charger you get that it is lipo ready.
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thanks for all your replys i just migh tget an ice and an advantage
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advantage all the way! ive had it almost a year and never once had a false peak!!
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I vote for Much More Cell Master.
Me too. The Cellmaster doesn't even heat up. The built in fan is powerful plus there are a lot of features. Can charge Ni-Cd, Ni-Mh and Li-Po batteries.


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