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Old 01-26-2005, 10:16 PM   #211
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Here's my own Much More spread from a recent race. Thanks to http://www.plutoniumrc.com for taking the pic!

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Old 01-26-2005, 10:19 PM   #212
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Here's my own Much More spread from a recent race. Thanks to http://www.plutoniumrc.com for taking the pic!

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Old 01-26-2005, 10:23 PM   #213
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Nice spread there...... looks like youre using thier power supply, me so jealose..... thats prolly the best looking PS ive ever seen and so small for a 20A one......

As for Much more not giving warranty for oversees stuff, I see it like buying a nitro engine online ( for cheap) and having you LHS breaking it in for you..... not likely to happen.....
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Default Motor Checker

hey guys.. i got one of the original CTX Motor checker from much more racing (silver case vers 1.0 i think?)...

three questions:
ran into a slight problem. i have a PS im borrowing from a friend. and the PS cranks out about an average of 13.8V ( +/- 0.5V)

1. ive hooked up two chargers and my CTX motor checker.. but the motor checker wont function because the voltage on the power supply IS too high (14.5V). any solution to this?

2. also.. is the new motor checker able to handle HIGHER voltage from power supplies?

3. where can i pick up more sensors for my motor checker?

great pix btw. thanks ahead of time for the help.

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Old 01-28-2005, 08:24 PM   #215
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MuchMore Racing Products will be available to North America Soon. We are covering USA and Canada. The purpose of MuchMore North American Division is to distribute , provide customer support and warranty service MuchMore Racing Product to USA and Canada.

In terms of price, price is in US market isn't that expensive. it is just HK internet stores that sells MuchMore products cheaper. MuchMore products that have been purchased outside of USA and Canada will not be able to warranty/software upgrade by MuchMore North America. If there is any service needed consumer has to contact where it was originated.
I heard that Rain City RC-Raceway and Hobbies will carry Team MuchMore products. So I have to order from them or from you.
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Old 01-28-2005, 09:08 PM   #216
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where can i get on in the US and how much?


anyone know where can i get one and how much??? i really want one !!!!
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Old 01-30-2005, 12:43 AM   #217
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I like the movie star 'Jun JiHyun' in your picture under Nickname.
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Old 01-30-2005, 12:51 AM   #218
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1.I remember the old Motor master run between ??~14.0V.
So If possible, decrease the output voltage of Power supply.

2.Surikarn Edition could be run 10.5~17.0V

3.We sell RPM bushing, pls contact your LHS.
In case your sticker on the bushing is damaged, attach two aluminum tapes (4mm width).

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hey guys.. i got one of the original CTX Motor checker from much more racing (silver case vers 1.0 i think?)...

three questions:
ran into a slight problem. i have a PS im borrowing from a friend. and the PS cranks out about an average of 13.8V ( +/- 0.5V)

1. ive hooked up two chargers and my CTX motor checker.. but the motor checker wont function because the voltage on the power supply IS too high (14.5V). any solution to this?

2. also.. is the new motor checker able to handle HIGHER voltage from power supplies?

3. where can i pick up more sensors for my motor checker?

great pix btw. thanks ahead of time for the help.

- Chris
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Old 01-30-2005, 01:48 AM   #219
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1.I remember the old Motor master run between ??~14.0V.
So If possible, decrease the output voltage of Power supply.

2.Surikarn Edition could be run 10.5~17.0V

3.We sell RPM bushing, pls contact your LHS.
In case your sticker on the bushing is damaged, attach two aluminum tapes (4mm width).

Thanks,

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Can someone tell me where can i buy one from and how much ???
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Old 02-01-2005, 12:47 PM   #221
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I purchased a 2 cell masters, a motor master, discharge tray and a banana power strip.

Don't quote me on the prices, but I believe the were

Cell Master: $209
Motor Master: $179
Tray: $59
Banana Power Strip: $69

Also if you order the motor master you'll need the motor stand the motor rests in - thats more $$

And if you get the banana clip power strip (its sweet) you'll need to order banana clips to solder on the cell master and motor master.

I bought mine from West Coast Hobbies in Kennewick, WA - they ordered the merchandise from Rain City Raceway. I think Rain City is the only place to get it right now.
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I believe Raincity will carry the products. The business arrangments are still being worked out, same with the inventory.

Currently there is just one cell master in stock, as far as I can see.

For questions e-mail: [email protected]

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Well I just used my cell master for the first time tonight. and love it. I just need alittle help clarifying. I am using GP 3300's charging at 6.5A, .10mv, 4000mah cutoff peak 1. Is this ok. Or shoudl I use the ctx options? ALso can someone breakdown what i should be looking at in the discharge field. What numbers are important? Thanks.
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THe recommended settings for GP3300's are 4.5A, 0mV. I usually charge at 5.0-5.5A, 3mV, temp cut 48C. My ambient temp is 27C

So i guess your charge settings are on the high side. What i do recommend is to se the temp cut at 50-55C for your case(since your higher charge current will result in higher temps).

As for discharge i think the important number is capacity and IR. The IR value can be used to compare packs and to chart a specific pack's performance. Compare the IR value of a pack when it's new and later when it's old. Make sure to discharge at the same current and from full charge when comparing.
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Old 02-03-2005, 09:47 PM   #225
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SMC recommends a 6 amp linear charge and a .05 (50mv) Peak Detect.

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