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Old 11-24-2003, 02:46 AM   #16
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I bought the CTX at SoCal 6month ago, it's the best motor dyno I know!! I used to have the MMS, but I already sold it since I didn't like it personally.
measurering RPM is more acculate than MMS, more function.
are they same price?? then,definitely go for CTX !!
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Old 11-24-2003, 03:13 AM   #17
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CT-X By far...but there are two versions of it out now.. the new one comes with 2 fans and has black buttons and the old version has white buttons and 1 fan...make sure if you get one by the newer version only because it will handle more amps

I have had both the MMS and the CTX.... they both work well!!! but I like the CT-X much better for stock motors

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Old 11-24-2003, 08:39 AM   #18
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I owned a MMS and quiet happy! but I think CTX is a better choice! I just meet up Mr. Lee from the team Much More in Bangkok 2 weeks ago! They are testing the newer version of CTX. Look very cool in blue aluminium case.
According to Mr. Lee it can handle more amps!

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i just got my CTX-m... love it! havent tried the MMS. so cant say much about it.

i got it at socal for $150... but Pegasus does carry it for $140, Ultimate hobbies carries it for $150

curious.. how do you power your lathe with it?
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i just got my CTX-m... love it! havent tried the MMS. so cant say much about it.

i got it at socal for $150... but Pegasus does carry it for $140, Ultimate hobbies carries it for $150

curious.. how do you power your lathe with it?
put it on motor run just like you were breaking in brushes and there you have instant power for your lathe.
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Old 11-25-2003, 11:53 AM   #21
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put it on motor run just like you were breaking in brushes and there you have instant power for your lathe.
schweet. thanks! now i can break in my yokomo and barracuda too!
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