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Old 10-13-2002, 08:45 PM   #106
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I talked to Jim today. The GFX should be about $30-$40 more than the Stealth.

There may be a couple changes ( dial thingy topic was brought up ) The one at the show was a prototype, and there may be a few changes.. They sounded to be cosmetic.

If I get a chance, I'll try to stop by CE when they get everything finalized.

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Old 10-14-2002, 01:32 PM   #107
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Default what is the best all around charger for nimh

i am looking for a new charger and i am wanting i guess the best all around charger for nimh batteries (3000hv) ,and either a built in discharger or a stand alone discharger...

what do you reccomend me getting ? my price range is no more than 300.00

thanks for the help..
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Old 10-14-2002, 01:47 PM   #108
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spaz, that particular shop belongs to a program that Horizon Hobby has put together to help dealers increase product availability to their customers. Basically Horizon is the warehouse and they ship the product to the customer. So they have to get their cut of the money so that would explain the prices.

I have thought about doing it too but because of the price breakdown and my cost it would not be feasible and still be able to compete with the other big mail order houses.
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Old 10-14-2002, 02:52 PM   #109
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You can't go wrong with at Turbo 30 or Turbo 35.

You can find good deals on used ones on e-Bay quite often.

I bought both of mine for between $175 and $225 used.
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Old 10-19-2002, 02:43 AM   #110
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Hey. I just bought a new charger one week ago and i very

pleased about it. It`s LRP Pulsar Competition 41550 how is

small size and a lot of special features, even powerful

(8amp) enough for anyone?! Anyone else, how has got

that charger? LRP give it 1 year full warranty and only

price is quite high, 315 in Finland. What about a nother

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Old 10-19-2002, 05:02 AM   #111
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I picked up the Integy 16X5V6 with 14a supply for $240 new off ebay. Integy sells them direct for about $275 shipped. It only discharges at 20amps though, dont know if you want something that will discharge at a higher rate (not sure what you would need it for though). Associated makes one that is probably pretty good called the Quasar, from what I've read it looks almost identical to another charger (cant remember who from right now). I did see a turbo 30 in the classifieds on this site about a week ago (may have been a 35, cant remember) that was going pretty cheap. Almost had one off ebay but the guy closed the auction early so I got boned, oh well Good luck, hope you can get what you are looking for.
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Old 10-20-2002, 11:00 PM   #112
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Default which is the better charger of these.?

i am looking at getting either of these 3 chargers and i want your
input on which i should get for charging sanyo 3000hv batteries ?
millenium, millenium pro, or pitbull ?????? i am just wanting to know what is the better on to get for my batteries to charge on ..
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get either the millenium pro or the pitbull. but if you have a novak cyclone or atom, the millenium pro has a built in pit wizard to customize your esc.
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the duratrax intellipeak digital and the integy 16x3 pro are totally different chargers?
just wanted to make sure since they look so similar, as do the integy 16x3 nonPro and the intellipeak deluxe...
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