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Old 12-02-2011, 09:44 PM   #1
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Are these available yet?

Can't seem to find them to check price and availability

http://www.muchmoreracing.net/us/detail/mm-hbpk_b.htm
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Old 12-15-2011, 10:45 PM   #2
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Are these available yet?

Can't seem to find them to check price and availability

http://www.muchmoreracing.net/us/detail/mm-hbpk_b.htm
ask Ari Barkla , youll find him on the xray thread on the top of our australian forum.
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I found them here so fingers cross they be available locally soon.
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RCMarket have them aswell
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Any feedback on these chargers yet?
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I have one of the original Hybrid chargers and it works great. I picked it up on Ebay cheap just to use for charging receiver packs. Thought about one of these Hybrids with the power supply so it would keep everything compact!

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I have one of the original Hybrid chargers and it works great. I picked it up on Ebay cheap just to use for charging receiver packs. Thought about one of these Hybrids with the power supply so it would keep everything compact!

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I was curious if the software was improved from the 123D Legacy versions & also per cell max voltages.

As it has been out for a while - surprised there is not as much feedback.
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I seen Mark Rheinardt using one in photos from TITC
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Just got mine yesterday and used it for the first time last night, nothing to report yet apart from charged and powered well during the night.

I heard that they had some issues with them at titc not handling load from a few items running of the power supply, but that was only reports.

I will see how it goes
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Are these better than the Legend charger and setup i.e. 2 chargers and the 48 amp supply?

Or a compact cheaper version?

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Some pictures from TITC showing Muchmore chargers, majority still using the cell master chargers.
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Are these better than the Legend charger and setup i.e. 2 chargers and the 48 amp supply?

Or a compact cheaper version?

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I am interested in this too...I think it still has some features missing compared to the legend, such as cutoff voltage setting on charging (the race modes)?

The only thing missing from my legend is I wish you could hit storage and it would know whether to charge or discharge...rather than having to select discharge if it's too high!
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I emailed hobbico/great planes and they didn't know if they were gonna carry it. It sez nothing on the USA Muchmore site about hybrid pro at all
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I emailed hobbico/great planes and they didn't know if they were gonna carry it. It sez nothing on the USA Muchmore site about hybrid pro at all
I just tried to get one of these from my LHS within the last two weeks and they were unable to get it. MuchMore's US distributor isn't carrying it yet so I ended up getting a different power supply and charger...
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I got mine from RCMushroom HK store good price and very quick delivery.

No one in Australia had it and couldnt tell me when they were so had to purchase OS for mine

So far I am happy with it
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