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Old 12-17-2005, 09:17 PM   #241
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0-50A adjustable...that would be awesome. Might as well, seeing how batteries will probably be matched at that in a while
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Old 12-18-2005, 11:56 PM   #242
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Erik, when will have full description of ICC?
i would like to see the pic too~~~
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Old 12-19-2005, 08:47 AM   #243
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Hello, here I am
Sorry for my absence lately, it so busy over here. We are currently relocating, it's a bit chaotic at the moment. But it is for a good cause: larger production facility so the ICC's can roll out faster! That means you guys have to have a little bit more patience, we can't work any faster than this. We are trying to ship the first units before the end of the year to the Dutch distributor, international distributors unfortunately have to wait some more.

The Dutch M-auto magazine report was a photo shoot of a prototype. They did not yet actually use it, they are testing it right now. But it was very positive

Hi Erik! We are very excited for your ICC charger. Just let me know when we can order it. Enjoy the holidays
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Old 01-08-2006, 10:37 PM   #244
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2006 and still no I.C.C.

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Old 01-08-2006, 10:50 PM   #245
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It's a catch 22... I want the charger, but i also want them to take the time to make sure it is GREAT!
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Old 01-08-2006, 11:06 PM   #246
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2006 and still no I.C.C.


Good things are worth waiting for...
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Old 01-09-2006, 01:17 AM   #247
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this is all i could squeeze out of my informative little birdy.

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Old 01-09-2006, 01:37 AM   #248
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this is all i could squeeze out of my informative little birdy.

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Better than nothing.....

But I would really like some input or updates from Erik...
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Just looked at the pic of the charger and it looks great but I see something that may cause some problems for some people. Look at the bottom of the tray where the battery goes in. When the pack goes in the tray the positive is on the lower left and negative is on the lower right. I know there is alot of people who build there packs the other way around .....myself included. Thats gonna make it a pain unless there is room for the bars on the ends of the pack to stick down. I want one these chargers but this might put a cramp in my plans. I don't wanna change all my packs around, thats gonna suck
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Just looked at the pic of the charger and it looks great but I see something that may cause some problems for some people. Look at the bottom of the tray where the battery goes in. When the pack goes in the tray the positive is on the lower left and negative is on the lower right. I know there is alot of people who build there packs the other way around .....myself included. Thats gonna make it a pain unless there is room for the bars on the ends of the pack to stick down. I want one these chargers but this might put a cramp in my plans. I don't wanna change all my packs around, thats gonna suck
My batteries are also put together backwards, but if you flip the battery upsidedown it will be right...won't it?
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yeah you can flip them but mine have a battery bar on the ends that come up and are bent over so you can solder to them. I don't know if the unit has enough room for the bars if the pack is put in that way
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what about people who have wires attatched to their batteries?
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Old 01-10-2006, 06:54 PM   #253
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Shucks ! ....Now I'm torn between getting the 2006 ICC charger or the 2006 WRX (1:1 scale)
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Shucks ! ....Now I'm torn between getting the 2006 ICC charger or the 2006 WRX (1:1 scale)
um Ghostfit.. i think you should go with the ICC instead of the WRX. ICC is alot cheaper. the ICC doesnt need premium gas, car insurance and it has a lesser chance of getting stolen.
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um Ghostfit.. i think you should go with the ICC instead of the WRX. ICC is alot cheaper. the ICC doesnt need premium gas, car insurance and it has a lesser chance of getting stolen.

don't forget ICC won't get you speeding tickets
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