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Old 03-24-2005, 09:16 AM   #31
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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.
the MMR motor checker and the Orion are the same. The later model from both Orion and Peak handle the same AMP capacity as MMR unit. they are the sameexcept for the label. someone from MMR mentioned this earlier.
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Old 03-24-2005, 01:22 PM   #32
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Going with a Team Orion Advantage just seems like the better option because you can get for $155 or so.
Yes, I was trying to get one from HK last year, the shipping showed $22!!!!! the charger would cost almost $180!!
then it has no supports from US distributor?
$210 with full support from them if you buy it here, I think it's worth!
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Old 03-24-2005, 01:27 PM   #33
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Yes, I was trying to get one from HK last year, the shipping showed $22!!!!! the charger would cost almost $180!!
then it has no supports from US distributor?
$210 with full support from them if you buy it here, I think it's worth!
my $.02
You can find the Advantage for $155 here in the States.
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Old 03-25-2005, 04:03 AM   #34
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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.
I donīt think so. GM Racing just released their Motor Master last month and again itīs an OEM Team Much More unit. Looks a little different and has itīs own software but also is the latest 20 amps version.
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Old 03-25-2005, 04:27 AM   #35
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the MMR motor checker and the Orion are the same. The later model from both Orion and Peak handle the same AMP capacity as MMR unit. they are the sameexcept for the label. someone from MMR mentioned this earlier.
I have bought 2 Much More Motor Master Surikarn version 3 and sold to my friends and currently has a Team Orion MPM2. Some of my friend has the Older Team Orion MPM too.

Well So far Much More had released 4 Versions of Motor Master
1) Motor Master
2) Motor Master Surikarn Ver 3 (Soft touch)
3) Blue Motor Master Surikarn Ver 3 (Soft touch)
4) Latest Motor Master Ver 3C

Team Orion's MPM and Peak's model is very similar to the first Motor Master (support up to 20 amp).

Team Orion's latest MPM2 is identical with the latest Much More Motor Master Ver 3C
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thanks stumper, i fuond it after i posted, sorry.
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Has the MPM 2 been updated recently? Orion's website shows 13A max. continous.
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Has the MPM 2 been updated recently? Orion's website shows 13A max. continous.
Well, even the older MPM is already 20amp. I think the info on the website is wrong. Both the mpm and mpm2's box states it's 20amp (Well, actually, the mpm2 still uses the old mpm's box, but the instruction manual is updated).

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Who makes step chargers now?
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Who makes step chargers now?
Team Orion
Team Much More
Straight
Robitronic
Competition Electronic

These are the few I can think of.
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Team Orion
Team Much More
Straight
Robitronic
Competition Electronic

These are the few I can think of.
I run CE chargers and their not step chargers?
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I run CE chargers and their not step chargers?
Only Pit Bull X3.
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Team Orion
Team Much More
Straight
Robitronic
Competition Electronic

These are the few I can think of.
Protrak also.
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