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Old 01-12-2005, 06:29 PM   #1
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Lookin at a new charger, Anyone got an APS Charger Dyno? How well does it work? How does it compare to the Team Much More cell master and others? Lookin for feedback. Help me out.

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I got one dood. They are pretty sweet. My only complaint is it doesn't have a discharger. a cool motor holder thing for the "dyno" is sweet and the temp probe is included as well. The charging software is very good too.

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Sushi.....besides the fact that it doen't discharge, how would you rate it from your past chargers?
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I like it better than my Pulsar. Thats the only charger I've had worth mentioning. I've borrowed peter's kick butt KO PROPO chargers and I still rank my aps charger above both of them. That cell master charger sure looks interesting though. The APS is super small and has the motor checker in it. Saves space, which is nice for big races where you need as much as possible.

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Thanks Sushi, I might just have one to use this weekend
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Anyone else out there been using this charger? Not that I want a second opinion, just want to gather more info

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There have been a couple threads started onthischarger already? have you tried searching?

Not being the thread police here ...just thought theymighthave the info you're looking for
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