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Old 05-03-2004, 07:01 PM
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I am looking for a charger that is around 200 dollars and can hook up to a wall outlet. Thanks for the help!

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LRP PULSAR COMPETITION


INTEGY/INDI 16x7v6
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is this one good, I know its busting the budget, put not by that much.

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LRP Pulsar Competition - I second that emotion.
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LRP Pulsar Competition - I second that emotion.
I thrid it!
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If you were going to spend $270.00 I would look around for a USED power supply that you could pick up for $100.00 or cheaper and then even a older 9 button turbo 30.You could pick up the package used for under $270.00.
Quality Power Supplies last a LONG TIME even used.
Turbo 30's hardly ever break.
LRP Pulsar.Nice but a USELESS 10 amp discharge.
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I think I'm using the Indi 16x7v6....Good charger for the cash....internal yet reliable power supply and goes to 6.5 AMPS
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Originally posted by TexRacer
If you were going to spend $270.00 I would look around for a USED power supply that you could pick up for $100.00 or cheaper and then even a older 9 button turbo 30.You could pick up the package used for under $270.00.
Quality Power Supplies last a LONG TIME even used.
Turbo 30's hardly ever break.
LRP Pulsar.Nice but a USELESS 10 amp discharge.
What are the differences between the Turbo 30 and 35 (which i assume is the latest?!?)
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I'm happy withit after going thru 2 Quasar Pro's!
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I suggest the INDI 16X7v6 1-8 Cells AC/DC Computerized Charger with 30A discharge (110V).

The main reason I bought it was for the 5 year warranty. I've seen nothing with that long a warranty in the hobby. I've had it for about a year now it has worked great. It even discharges at 30 amps!!

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Eagle CDC v6 with a computer power supply (which I have). Based on my experience with the Eagle, I will also recommend the Indi 16x7v6.

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So the Pulsar Competition is better than the Indi, if so, then what DC power supply to you guys recommend, becuase i nedd a new one.
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RiverGate Power Supplys are good, Integy and novak are good too.
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