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Old 05-30-2006, 02:29 AM   #1
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Default Much-More Cell Master Or Robitronic Overloader

i have both of thease chargers and would like to know which one is going to give me the best results ? i may sell one so need to know which one to sell !

i need to know what charger is going to give me the best charge and power and general all round results for the newer cells.

i run Mod / Tc / 6cells.

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Old 05-30-2006, 02:34 AM   #2
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Keep the Cell Master, sell the Robitronic.
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Old 05-30-2006, 02:36 AM   #3
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Cellmaster for sure!

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Robitronic or Supernova is one up against a cell master. Its definitely more superior on all angles.
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Old 05-30-2006, 03:03 AM   #5
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what are your reasons for the CELL MASTER ?
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Old 05-30-2006, 03:13 AM   #6
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sell cell master
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bit of a split vote here !!!!!
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I have both too, and i tend to use the cell master more, i seem to find that when charging with the overloader it seems to get the cells really hot! is this normal? what settings are you guys using on your overloaders, i run 27t stock here in the UK
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I have cell master but now i sell it and go to LRP Pulsar2. I think cell master delta peak is too sensitive.
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I have cell master but now i sell it and go to LRP Pulsar2. I think cell master delta peak is too sensitive.
Cell master dealta peak is accurate, not sensitive. your battery should not false peak when you use it with LLO function.

I would think Hara, Marc and karn would not use them if it is too much trouble charging the battery.

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LLO function ! is that for when the packs are fully discharged for the start of the charge !
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I have both too, and i tend to use the cell master more, i seem to find that when charging with the overloader it seems to get the cells really hot! is this normal? what settings are you guys using on your overloaders, i run 27t stock here in the UK
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battery pack being hot has a lot to do with current fluctuation. if you like to find out more about that here is very good article

http://nexusracing.net/newsdesk_info...newsdesk_id=29
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I would think Hara, Marc and karn would not use them if it is too much trouble charging the battery.

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I think even with a 50 dollar ebay cheapo charger all the above will still kick my ass
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ive had both and the cell master is about 10 times better. the only half decent thing on the robitronic is the 20amp discharge. The motor run in is pointless as its only 10amp which just isnt enough. the cell master is alot more accurate and easy to use.

so sell the robitronic
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