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Old 08-13-2004, 08:16 AM   #1
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Does anyone have a link or website for Much More Racing? I tried Schumaker at racing-cars.com, but no info there...?
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Old 08-13-2004, 09:11 AM   #2
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http://www.much-more.co.kr/
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Old 08-13-2004, 09:59 AM   #3
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Thanks, V12! Does anyone know if their products are available in the US? Can I order direct from their UK source?
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Thanks, V12! Does anyone know if their products are available in the US? Can I order direct from their UK source?
Don't know about the USA but in the UK they act as a distributor and do not supply direct.
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Try to get a hold of John Lee (John L on this board) I believe he can get stuff for you if you're in the US.
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One of the advertisers on this board (www.precisionrc.com) has a few of their products as well.

I've been looking at their motor checker.

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Old 08-13-2004, 03:45 PM   #7
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One of the advertisers on this board (www.precisionrc.com) has a few of their products as well.

I've been looking at their motor checker.

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That's exactly what caught my eye too.

Thanks for the replies. A rep from their customer service already replied with some info as well ( Very quickly I must say! ) however, due to the time difference everything is pretty much closed for the weekend already.....
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Try to get a hold of John Lee (John L on this board) I believe he can get stuff for you if you're in the US.
rod have you seen/spoken him to lately? TAOB wanted to order some stuff, i PM'ed him.. but he hasnt replied. just curious. thanks.
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Does anyone know how the Much More CTX Motor Master is any different than other motor checkers like the integy?

None of them are dynos right? They all give the same data (e.g. RPM, Amp Draw @ voltage)?

Just wondering what the difference is except the name on the box.
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Does anyone know how the Much More CTX Motor Master is any different than other motor checkers like the integy?

None of them are dynos right? They all give the same data (e.g. RPM, Amp Draw @ voltage)?

Just wondering what the difference is except the name on the box.
The difference is NOTHING.

It is exactly the same as all the others on the market. Just a different sticker.
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Old 08-16-2004, 10:46 AM   #11
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Not entirely true Joe, Much More do OEM the motor checkers you see from Peak and Team Orion - but Much More's own version is now updated - the visual tell tale is that the older checker has hard pushbottons, whereas the new one has soft-touch buttons.

The Yokomo and Integy motor checkers are different.

Same basic principle for each one though.
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the older checker has hard pushbottons, whereas the new one has soft-touch buttons.
wow soft-touch buttons , what a difference
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Has anyone found a good source to purchase Much More products? PrecisionRC does not have the chargers and will not have them until next month.
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Old 03-23-2005, 09:31 PM   #14
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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.
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Old 03-23-2005, 09:46 PM   #15
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Hi guys.

Raincity raceway in washington, tfb raceway in geogia, speed tech rc in california are carrying our products. website for US will be www.TeamMuchMore.com hopely available next week.

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