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Old 03-23-2005, 09:54 PM   #16
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Yeah, I'm about to buy a couple of new chargers. The Much More looks like a nice unit if you could buy it from a reputable source in the U.S. who would also handle warranty and support issues. I would also be interested in the motor checker. Looks like I'll probably go with a couple of the Orion Advantage chargers and the MPM 2.
MuchMore Racing LTD is the distributor for MuchMore Racing Products in North America. we put label on the products we distribute and Products that has been sold under MuchMore Racing LTD, we take responsibility for warranty issue.

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Are the products currently available in the USA? Do any of the shops listed have MuchMore products in stock?


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Old 03-23-2005, 10:09 PM   #18
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Are the products currently available in the USA? Do any of the shops listed have MuchMore products in stock?


Thanks for the info!
Raincity Currently have in stock, TFB RaceWay and SpeedTech RC is getting their shipment probably this week.

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Old 03-23-2005, 10:11 PM   #19
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There was few genelation of MotorMaster
this is the latest motor master.

This one comes with Hard Button. soft button was the previous model
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Yeah, I'm about to buy a couple of new chargers. The Much More looks like a nice unit if you could buy it from a reputable source in the U.S. who would also handle warranty and support issues. I would also be interested in the motor checker. Looks like I'll probably go with a couple of the Orion Advantage chargers and the MPM 2.
the orion advantage charger is very good and you can get them for $160 - the much more cell master sells for $210 here in the states. in hong kong they are $140 but then if you should need support.....
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There was few genelation of MotorMaster
this is the latest motor master.

This one comes with Hard Button. soft button was the previous model
for some reason it looks "just like my Orion MPM?????" (get the hint????)

hard buttons and all!!!!!
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Old 03-23-2005, 10:34 PM   #22
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I think both chargers are probably great, but it looks like the Much More has a few more features. I'm still a little worried about the customer service issue because Orion is more established in the U.S. The motor checkers may be identical in features, I don't know. It will be a difficult decision. I'm not ordering until next week so I have a little time to think it over.
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I will get a step charging setup from one of the top MMR drivers and probably post it here as soon as possible.
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Old 03-24-2005, 12:32 AM   #24
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MuchMore is the Manufactuere for Orion Motor Checker. that's why they look exactly the same.

MuchMore are not planning to OEM other companies products anymore.
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i've both the cellmaster and team orion advantage charger. and i can tell you apart from the motor run-in feature, the cellmaster is much better than team orion charger. (even thou i believe team much more OEM that as well)
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How does the Cell Master compare to the other Step charges? Frontline, Advantage.

Cell master seems to have all the features as the advantage but the frontline seems just to step charge. (Does Cell master have run-in?)
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cell master has everything but motor run in!

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Both units are built VERY well.....

I have had both the Orion & MuchMore products to use for faceplates.

The magnetic temp probe on the Advatage is very cool & easy to use.

Both of these have raised the bar on the the small compact chargers.

I have used MOST all chargers on the market, I have used ALL the chargers I make plates for.
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cell master has everything but motor run in!

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DOH! And the only play in the US that has MuchMore is Raincity which has it for $210 right?

Going with a Team Orion Advantage just seems like the better option because you can get for $155 or so.
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Old 03-24-2005, 08:27 AM   #30
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The much more motor checker will break in at 20 amps or less where the orion and integy are 13 or less. So there is a bigger difference than the buttons.
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