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Old 12-09-2003, 07:44 AM
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I am trying to find a new charger and looking hard at an INDI.One of the selling points for me is the INDI Dyno.Are these any good?Does anyone have anything to report on their performance.What of the INDI chargers.Good? Bad? I am looking at the 16x9v6.All comments welcome.Thanks
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Old 12-09-2003, 12:01 PM
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Indi chargers area great...I have the 16x5V6b
the 9 is identical except for the built in power supply.
never had any problems with them..
has alot of bang for the buck...
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Old 12-09-2003, 01:38 PM
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Hi

The Indi Dyno isn't a true dyno. This because it doesn't use a flywheel or any load at all. The results won't say anything.

I have one and use it for powering my comm lathe and running in my motors.
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The Indi Dyno isn't a true dyno. This because it doesn't use a flywheel or any load at all. The results won't say anything.

I have one and use it for powering my comm lathe and running in my motors.
same with me. I sometimes use it as a dyno. I use 2 16x5v6s and like them a lot. One of them was a 16x5 and the discharger went out but sent it in to be upgraded and repaired and I'm happy with mine. I use the boost on it is why I like it.
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Ok thanks for the info.Can anyone tell me the difference in the 16x5 and the 16x9?
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Originally posted by SOuthernFRIED
Ok thanks for the info.Can anyone tell me the difference in the 16x5 and the 16x9?
both are identical software...only main difference is the 16x9 has a built in 14amp power supply that is capable of powering another charger, lathe, dyno, truer etc.

16x5V6 and 16x9V6 are the latest models.
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SF, I know this isn't the for sale thread, but I have a 16x5 backlit for sale, $100. I'll be in Booneville this weekend racing carpet if you want it, or I can ship it to you, or heck, I can meet you in Jackson some night...LMK!!
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Can the INDI dyno run off of just a power supply and not have to have the INDI charger?
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Yes, it wil run off of a regular power supply, I run mine off of a rivergate rdc-30 power supply. 4chargers and the dyno at the same time, no problem!!!!
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