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Old 06-09-2006, 06:44 AM   #1
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any suggestion guys????
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Old 06-09-2006, 07:32 AM   #2
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duratrax ice with termal sensor
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duratrax ice with termal sensor

not availabale at my LHS.dun feel like buying online either
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any suggestion guys????
They both are great. The Orion lets you run motors. Other than that they have the same features. I have had both and they both work qually well.
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then go for one with termal sensor...
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They both are great. The Orion lets you run motors. Other than that they have the same features. I have had both and they both work qually well.

haha that's the feature i've been thinking about,whether i need it or not.so which one u like most???
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They both have thermal sensors.

Its hard to pick. Right now I have two Advantage Pros and I am really happy with them. The chargers are identical in features except for the motor run on the Orion. The only annoying thing the Orion cant do is increase the charge amps without stopping the charge.

If you are running late and need to bump up your charge amps on a Much More you can hit the up arrow during the charge. On the Orion you have to stop the charge, reset the amps and restart the charge. It takes no time to do this but you lose the data on how many Mah have gone into the pack.

The user interface is also a bit more intuative on the Much More.
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then go for one with termal sensor...

then that would be the Much More
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They both have thermal sensors.

ooooh didn't noe that
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then go for one with termal sensor...
They both have a sensor!!

I also have them both and they both work great!!
The much more unit makes has allot of fan noice, but the menu is excelent!!
The Orion unit is very silent, has a motor run in function, a really nice magnetic temp sensor and the Carbon case looks really good!!!
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They both have a sensor!!

I also have them both and they both work great!!
The much more unit makes has allot of fan noice, but the menu is excelent!!
The Orion unit is very silent, has a motor run in function, a really nice magnetic temp sensor and the Carbon case looks really good!!!


so ure saying better go with the orion????
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so ure saying better go with the orion????
If I had to sell one of my chargers, I would keep my Orion unit!!

You cant go wrong with any of them, but if you plan to run inndoors I would deffenately buy the Orion as the Cellmaster has allot of fan noice, I found it very anoying......
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If I had to sell one of my chargers, I would keep my Orion unit!!

You cant go wrong with any of them, but if you plan to run inndoors I would deffenately buy the Orion as the Cellmaster has allot of fan noice, I found it very anoying......


thanks n i do plan to run indoors. is discharging at 10 Amps enough???
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They both Discharges at 10A and it's enough for discharging the pack after a race, no worries!!
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They both Discharges at 10A and it's enough for discharging the pack after a race, no worries!!

lol coz most reviews i read said that discharging at 10Amps is a weakness so which one is the most intuitive n easiest to use???
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