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Old 09-26-2005, 07:22 AM   #1
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Default which discharger?

Spintec Battery Manager or INTEGY Indi 030?
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Old 09-26-2005, 07:28 AM   #2
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They are actually 2 different TYPES of discharges so your question is hard to answer.
1 is a device that discharges slowly with a pulse built in.
2 is a tray that discharges each cell at a HIGH RATE.

The Spintec or the Trinity Dyna Pulse is a great idea but it's best if you STILL get a tray.

Since I race 4 and 6 cell I went with the trinity dyna and then have a rayspeed tray.

You cant really loose with either of the choices you have asked about but eventually with the Spintec you would want a tray as well to back it up.
I would NOT spend the money on a Integy 30 if I bought a Spintec.I would buy a tray that discharges at alot lower amp rate.
Tekin Tray,Novak Tray,Integy zero tray,trinity tray,and/or others.
I use the Rayspeed tray due to quality,fan and being able to switch the cutoff.

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I thought about getting a Spintec or that Trinity dyna pulse. Anybody try either? Which one do people prefer?
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get the 0-30. it makes a diffrence
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hmm.... this is what i did...
i bought the 030.... great discharger for ppl runs stock and 19t..
and it only takes 6~7 min to discharge the whole pack full of charge

then i got the dyna pulse, great to bring some of my old practice pack back
to some life... down side is... it takes almost 7hours to discharge the
full pack. so i only cycle the practice pack with it..

last i got the integy 06s, i try my race pack down to 0v and leave it till next race.

if you are running mod... I think you just need some tray that will
tray your pack down to .9v with low amp discharge.. ie. novak smart tray.

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Try the Spintec Battery Manager, truely awesome.
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The spintec and dyna pulse seem like a good investment. I was going to get the dyna pulse, but got an indi 30 due to price. I do plan on getting the dyna pulse though in the future when i see me packs turning more into practice packs. The spintec and dyna pulse though take a long time to discharge so that's when i use my indi 30, then after that i tray them on the smart tray.

Anyone here try using a stronger fan on the indi 30? I somehow shortcircuit or burnt mine (it was not due to the indi 30), and the indi 30 gets pretty hot.
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Where does the 0-30 bring the cells down to?

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Originally Posted by Team Duratrax
Where does the 0-30 bring the cells down to?

that's how they named it...
zero volts 30amp discharge.

I have one and works great.
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