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Old 05-30-2004, 06:23 AM   #31
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Nope the CTX V3 Has the MMS beat hands down when it comes to features and options
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Hmmm is it really a must?
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Old 05-30-2004, 06:30 AM   #32
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Hmmm is it really a must?
as for me I like the Pulse break in feature
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as for me I like the Pulse break in feature
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Can you tell me more about the CTX cant seem to find good websites about it.

And what is the pulse break in feature?
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Can you tell me more about the CTX cant seem to find good websites about it.

And what is the pulse break in feature?
You can try the Team Much More Racing home page...for info on the CTX.. they have a koren and english versions on there site.

and as far as the Pulse break in is....you can vary the voltage going to the motor during a set time for breaking the motor in... instead of having the voltage at 3 volts for 10 min you can have the voltage start at 2 V and go to 3 V ... also you can vary the pulse speed between the desired voltage ( basically how fast it gets up to the upper voltage )
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You can try the Team Much More Racing home page...for info on the CTX.. they have a koren and english versions on there site.

and as far as the Pulse break in is....you can vary the voltage going to the motor during a set time for breaking the motor in... instead of having the voltage at 3 volts for 10 min you can have the voltage start at 2 V and go to 3 V ... also you can vary the pulse speed between the desired voltage ( basically how fast it gets up to the upper voltage )
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Hi Dave,

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What settings do you use for pulse break in? I use it every now and again, just from 2V-3V at the slowest pulse speed (1 i think).

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Hi Dave,

Good to see you back!
What settings do you use for pulse break in? I use it every now and again, just from 2V-3V at the slowest pulse speed (1 i think).

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2V-3V for me at pulse 5 setting. I do this for 1 minute or sometimes 2 minutes total with a 1 min break in between.
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any one can post some instruction menu pages of the ctx
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2V-3V for me at pulse 5 setting. I do this for 1 minute or sometimes 2 minutes total with a 1 min break in between.
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Hi Folks!

I figured I would ask the most knowledgable people about these motor checkers...

Does anyone have experience with both the Integy and Team Orion motor checkers?

I may have the opportunity to buy a used Integy, but on the other hand the Team Orions are not too expensive here...

What are the pros and cons of both of them? Is there one that is hands-down better?

Thanks very much in advance for your input and advice...

Dave

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