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Old 09-23-2008, 12:51 PM   #1
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Do anyone have tried this power supply, does it worth the money.
It is to be used with a nosram charger, digital tyre warmer of MM, as a lrp equalizer tray, do you guy´s think it will work? Thks.
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I have one, it won't run all three of those at the same time.
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Old 09-23-2008, 01:58 PM   #3
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I am using one, I think it is a nice unit, it would be nice if it had a switch and the power cord comes out at a clumsy angle, but its compact, works well, runs quiet and is half the price of the big supply.

But to run a charger, tyre warmers AND an equaliser off an 8A supply may be asking a bit much.
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Usually, Much More Racing products are very good and reliable. I have
the 24A power supply and I like it so much. I think you should go with
the 24A to play it safe for your application!

http://www.muchmoreusa.com/power-supplies/index.html
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Old 09-23-2008, 02:05 PM   #5
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Delete, double post!

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I love my much more 24 amp power supply the only thing that gets a problem is the fans and it just becomes slightley noisey but that 10 months used twice a month for about 10 hours each time
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I have both of the Much more PS

the 24a is still small and is powerfull enough to run the full auto Hudy tire truer!

the small one is nice for a charger and dis but the warmer may push it..
I run a cheap 4500 stick pack in my warmer, one less cord and I can carry it near the track
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