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Old 04-10-2004, 08:49 PM   #61
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Old 04-10-2004, 08:54 PM   #64
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Isnt it amazing how well a rc driver can stack things.
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do you think that the quaser pro is better then the novak millenium
I have had both, and compared them. The Quasar is a much better charger simply because it gives a better charge. The Millennium may have a few more bells and whistles, but you can't beat the Quasar's charging capabilities.

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Thats not messy compared to me. I have only 1 car too. Maybe its because I have everything Of my R/c Stuff In a 10x10 room and all my other(tv,bed etc etc) Sometimes i try organizing But its soo small its impossible to stay that way,
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Speedie, you did a lot of modifications to that charger, and it is nice! The question I have for you is, did you put a back light in it? I have mine all apart now, and am working on putting a backlight in, and just wondering if anyone has done this to give me any tips.
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Isnt it amazing how well a rc driver can stack things.
I have a little cart thing where I pile all my stuff on, thats messy, but my tool box is fairly clean. I'll take pics later.
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Old 04-10-2004, 09:34 PM   #69
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I don't have these chargers anymore, now I have a GFX and Pitbull. Actually I don't even have the cars in the pictures anymore either.


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Speedie, you did a lot of modifications to that charger, and it is nice! The question I have for you is, did you put a back light in it? I have mine all apart now, and am working on putting a backlight in, and just wondering if anyone has done this to give me any tips.
I didnt put a backlit in. I want to but I havent been that brave yet. I saw someone on here putting one in something else and the only hard part seemed that there had to be resistors between the backlits power supply and the LCD. IM not smart enough yet to figure out all that. but if someone told me what to put where Id do it.
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yowsers....i dont even have a room dedicated to r/c....it just sits at the track all piled up like a junkyard in the corner
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wow, I'm surprised this thread is popular, guess I had a good idea! I was just proud of myself for organizing mine so well
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