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Old 10-20-2003, 08:06 PM   #136
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BigDogRacing>>>

they don't handle the instructions for Reacord Braiker in English, but, they have some one who can speak English !! so,you can ask about instructions in English.
here's their web site
http://www.cna.ne.jp/%7Estraight/
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Old 10-22-2003, 06:37 AM   #137
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Default Orbit MICROLADER ?

What about the the Orbit MICROLADER ...

http://www.orbitronic.de/

3 different chargers with almost everything anybody can want!
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Old 10-22-2003, 06:41 AM   #138
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Default Or what about schulze´chargers?

Check out these chargers....

http://www.schulze-elektronik-gmbh.de/index_uk.htm

You even have several charging ouputs so that you can charge multiple packs... at the same time....
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i would like to have this charger charge and discharge 2 packs at the same time as well as your transmitter battery and can hook up to your laptop to monitor every single second on the cell!
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Old 10-23-2003, 04:48 AM   #140
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Where can you find any information on the Yokomo ympc Charger? Where did you find the pics .. link please! Some information also please....
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Where can you find any information on the Yokomo ympc Charger? Where did you find the pics .. link please! Some information also please....
you mean the one i showed here..or some other ones like the BC-SS or the dual charger?
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What about the the Orbit MICROLADER ...

http://www.orbitronic.de/

3 different chargers with almost everything anybody can want!
my friend have one of that charger, its like a GM commander just without the discharge and the matching function! its a nice charger, but i dont think any RC car people know about this charger, its known in the airplane and heli group
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Old 10-23-2003, 08:00 AM   #143
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Check out these chargers....

http://www.schulze-elektronik-gmbh.de/index_uk.htm

You even have several charging ouputs so that you can charge multiple packs... at the same time....
i havent even hear of this brand of charger! the only not US brand charger here is the GM commander and it too isnt popular, all the american uses american charger, yokomo chargers are beginning to get popular slowly...so i couldnt really tell you much about that charger
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Default The Yokomo Charger?

The Charger i ment is the one connected to the PC ...3 different pics ... Beta version 2 or something...
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i would like to have this charger charge and discharge 2 packs at the same time as well as your transmitter battery and can hook up to your laptop to monitor every single second on the cell!
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Where did you find that pic?

Anyone here who can tell any additional info on this puppy?
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Found it.
But it is still a proto.
And it discharge only 10A.
If they just upped that......mmmmmmmm.
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I didn't find a decent forum to ask about chargers.

I went out and purchased the Yokomo BMS charger, it an old model but the guy from the hobby store recommended it to me. I took it home and being new to this hobby... It wasn't user friendly. So I took it back and exchanged it for the LRP Pulsar competition.

Was that a bad decision?
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Was that a bad decision? [/B]
They are both good chargers, if you're happy with the LRP then it was a good decision
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Cool! I just couldn't see myself spending 70,000yen on a Turbo 35 GFX! That's crazy! for a newbie!

All the guys at the track seem to have more than 1 charger, I guess if you're racing, it makes a difference. So I'm thinking of getting another charger when i start to compete.

With Ni-MH batteries, I've read that it's always good to have 5.4v + in them while stored away. Is there really a need to discharge them before you charge them because after I notice my car slows down, I go in to the pits, let the pack cool down then hit 'Charge'.

Am i doing any damage to my packs by doing this?

Thanks again
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