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Old 04-26-2007, 05:47 PM   #1561
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A. Rhodes : Thanks! what do you mean 14 peak detect outside w/ heat sink? how will i set that?
I meant racing outside, warmer ambient temps., and using a MM Heatsink to help keep the packs from getting too hot and tripping the temp cut off.

You can use the temp feature in the CTXC and directly wire the heatsink fans in so it starts and stops at certain temps, or just run it off a power supply.
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Old 04-26-2007, 05:58 PM   #1562
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A. Rhodes : Ok, i got it! thanks! what is the difference using 21 delta peak settings compared to 14 of Big B? does it give more punch and power?
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Old 04-26-2007, 07:45 PM   #1563
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A. Rhodes : Ok, i got it! thanks! what is the difference using 21 delta peak settings compared to 14 of Big B? does it give more punch and power?
I run IB4200's right now but I will be trying some EP4200's soon, you can expect them to peak up to 10% higher than 4200 (4620). As for the higher peak detection setting I don't think so, but it is a more sensitive peak setting and therfore could result in a faulse peak. I have heard you can do up to 3mv per cell, which works out to 18 on a 6cell pack, I havent tried it that high yet. The setup I gave you is straight from a Much More Team Driver.
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Old 04-26-2007, 09:27 PM   #1564
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Big B : i got your point, and i guess setting lower delta peak will give the batts longer life. actually i have a new sets of EP4200 right now. i'll try the settings you a gave me and same as the settings of A. Rhodes. i'll check which is better for EP4200. thanks!
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what's the best setting for tamiya 1600SP? i will use it on m03 using black can. do you think the step charging is ok in 1600SP?
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Old 04-26-2007, 10:42 PM   #1566
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I have not used the step charge cause I have no Nicd batts, but it looks to be the best way. I would try and contact MMR on that one.
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A. Rhodes : Ok, i got it! thanks! what is the difference using 21 delta peak settings compared to 14 of Big B? does it give more punch and power?
Increasing the delta peak will still result in more power. However, since you are able to adjust the delta peak by much finer increments (1mV as opposed to 10mV with most other chargers), you can do so more safely with the Cell Master.
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I have not used the step charge cause I have no Nicd batts, but it looks to be the best way. I would try and contact MMR on that one.
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Hi Guys, just got the charger and was wondering if someone could help me. looking to charger Tamiya 1600 NiCd and Sanyo 2400 NiCd. What seetings should i use for these batts. I will be running the 1600 with mabuchi silver cans and 2400 with sports tuned. Thanks guys.
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I just bought the Andy Moore edition, i found out it doesn't charge Li-po's even though it said it did. Its still NIB factoryu sealed, $165 shipped.
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I just bought the Andy Moore edition, i found out it doesn't charge Li-po's even though it said it did. Its still NIB factoryu sealed, $165 shipped.
It does charge lipos, but it only charges them at 1amp
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I just bought the Andy Moore edition, i found out it doesn't charge Li-po's even though it said it did. Its still NIB factoryu sealed, $165 shipped.
you need to "turn on" that feature. hold down the "right arrow" until it goes into set up mode. from there, scroll until you see the lipo function. turn it on from there.
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Does anyone know whats the speed of the internal fans in the CM? Need to find a replacement for mine...
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Does anyone know whats the speed of the internal fans in the CM? Need to find a replacement for mine...
The Speed, not sure, I think the Much More 30mm fans are a direct replacement though.
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Hi Guys, just got the charger and was wondering if someone could help me. looking to charger Tamiya 1600 NiCd and Sanyo 2400 NiCd. What seetings should i use for these batts. I will be running the 1600 with mabuchi silver cans and 2400 with sports tuned. Thanks guys.
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