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Which is best: pulsar or 16x5v6 ??

Old 09-02-2004, 09:30 AM
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hi, i will purchase one of this, which one is the best??
The lrp pulsar or the integy 16x5v6??
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Old 09-02-2004, 09:50 AM
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I'm using Pulsar 2 right now, and I used Integy 16x5v6 before. Pulsar always give me better punch and power than Integy.
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Old 09-02-2004, 09:59 AM
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Both will work great.....

16x5v6 has profiles, where as the Pulsar (not 2) doesn't..
Pulsar2 does...

Pulsar has motor run....

I do like the Pulsar better for smaller cells....AA & smaller.....
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Old 09-02-2004, 01:59 PM
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so!! the pulsar 2 is better than pulsar 1 and then the 15x5v6??
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It all depends on the features vs. price.....

I like my pulsar A LOT!....
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ok!! i just want to know which is better!! pulsar 2 or 16x5v6??
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Just an opinion....

I would pick the Pulsar2....
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OK!! Thanks for reply!! Thanks a lot.....
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yeah i agree for the size price and features you just cant beat the pulsar
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i just switched to a pulsar charger and i like it. no experience with the integy. but since the pulsar 2 is coming out, im sure the pulsar will be available really cheap.

pulsar 2 upgraded some features (like motor break) and charge rate (up to 10amps).
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I use the Integy 16x5v6 and I love it! It discharges up to 20A, which is the biggest advantage it has over the Pulsar, IMHO. But then again, the Pulsar has the motor run feature. I have never used a Pulsar though, so I can't compare with personal experience, but I would say either one is an awesome charger.
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Originally posted by Aku-Man
I'm using Pulsar 2 right now, and I used Integy 16x5v6 before. Pulsar always give me better punch and power than Integy.
how much dose the pulsar 2 run?
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