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Old 12-08-2003, 01:14 PM   #1
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I was wondering if anyone has used them and what they thought of them. And how reliable they are?
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I've been very happy with all of my Yokomo gear, batt charger is awesome, and the motor run in works great. Also have a RS discharger that works very well.
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I've been very happy with all of my Yokomo gear, batt charger is awesome, and the motor run in works great. Also have a RS discharger that works very well.

How do they compare to the novak and quantum?
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Old 12-08-2003, 03:39 PM   #4
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my yokomo bcs charger works great. its as reliable if not more reliable than my other chargers. ultra small size lets me carry it with my radio carrying case. VERY accurate too. i would have gotten the MMS motor management but opted for the CTX-M since speedtech couldnt see any MMS coming in the near future.

cant go wrong with the charger.
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Old 12-08-2003, 03:41 PM   #5
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I have the BCS Double charger and am very happy with it.
For 2 chargers in one, it is very small and light weight.

However, it is only a charger and can't really compare, as it does not have discharge, cycling, or motor breakin/reading abilities.

But it works very well at what it is meant to do!
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Did ya like mine that much Keith? hehe. I only got them because my Quantum Fried on me. But they are very nice and does the job well.
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How do they compare to the novak and quantum?
I personally like it a bit more because of the temperature sensor option. The Pulsar does have a motor run in feature though..
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Thanks guys for all the info. I think that I'm going to get one. I like them because of the size. That way I don't have to pack the turbo's all over the place.
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