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Old 10-04-2006, 12:48 AM   #1
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Default Motor Monitors/Checkers Much More Intergy Orion etc

Question for those who know are the motor monitors/checkers worth the investment.

Intergy, Much More and Orion make one are there any others you could recommend?

I know they are not a real Dyno, I cant afford one of those, the wife would shoot me!

Which one's are the best.

Do you use them regularly if you own one.

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The Much More unit is very nice & small, and performs it's functions very well.
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I like my APS dyno charge.
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Yes they are worth it. I have a Much More and use it all the time to check, adjust, make sure, check again, if you get one you will know what i mean, you just use it more than you think you would
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i have the aps and it is a nice piece i really like that backlite its nice and bright
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I've had both the Integy and the the team Much More Motor Master ,the Motor Master is so much easier to use for me and gives you more info than the integy.
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The MM Motor master is invaluable for keeping up with your motors,I sold my dyno a year ago and have never regretted it.As long as you base line all your motors you'll love the motor master.
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Thanks Guys looks like I will be getting one of the Much More units.
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How about trinity ? Is it good?
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How about trinity ? Is it good?
Stormer Hobbies has an excellent deal on them for $99!
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This trinity motor checker can handle 8 turn V2 Orion.? compare between Much more MM and Team orion Motor monitor, where is the best one?
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Much more and Team orion Motor monitor, where is the best one?
They are the same, just a small diffence in software. MuchMore makes the Orion one for them.
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This trinity motor checker can handle 8 turn V2 Orion.?
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The MM Motor master is invaluable for keeping up with your motors,I sold my dyno a year ago and have never regretted it.As long as you base line all your motors you'll love the motor master.
What do you mean by "BASE LINE"?
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