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Old 10-09-2002, 08:50 AM   #16
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Thanks for the info and link. Looks promissing on the new unit. Could you post the new spec's?
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Troy: I just got off the phone with Jim @CE was having a false peaking problem on the T35 when I start my tire truer. On the new unit Feb release. As I want a second unit for racing and B-Day is March........ Bet the wife hits me
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i asked when the gfx would be out on the charger forum and a guys on there heard from jim at ce that it would be out in february but he did not mention the price, do any of you guys have any info on the price. i cant wait till february to get mine.
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"Whats new" GFZ

Large backlit display that graphs charge/discharge curves.
Rotary dial and less menues make setting up the T-35 easy
Discharges in a range of .5 to 35amps
higher charge rates from .1 to 20amps
higher amp motor run - 20amps
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Old 10-10-2002, 04:07 AM   #20
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Thanks Troy.

Spaz: $30 more is what Jim told me yesterday when I called CE on another issue. They are not sure at this time on updating older T35 to the GFX. Will know more when full production starts. Jim also said that the new unit will charge TX batteries.
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thanks rc nitro looks like this thing will have plenty of features.
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Sure does. Showed the wife the info on the link Troy sent. She said OK to a new one Is it Feb yet???? he he
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Sure does. Showed the wife the info on the link Troy sent. She said OK to a new one Is it Feb yet???? he he
Your wife is very generous!!!!!
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Thanks Troy.

Spaz: $30 more is what Jim told me yesterday when I called CE on another issue. They are not sure at this time on updating older T35 to the GFX. Will know more when full production starts. Jim also said that the new unit will charge TX batteries.
Yeah, I talked to Jim at the track on Sunday, and i was given the same information. $30.

I guess quite a few guys from this thread have talked to him..

Am i not suposed to charge TX packs with my Stealth? heh, I do it all the time, and have not had a problem yet.

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Now what is the difference between a turbo 35 and a turbo 30? Is it just the 5 amp difference between discharge that they have or is there more?
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dtm: Yea I do,
Troy: That is what I was told when I called Tech support in June when I got the unit. Will have to try a Tx pack. I normally use my SuperNova to charge the TX and Pb batteries.
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rcpilot - I know some T-30's did not have flex charging ( for nicad ). Also, somewhere along the lines ( not sure when ) they added Actual Resistance to the cycling info. Im not sure if that was with the T-35, or the Stealth.

rcnitro - I charge my packs with it all the time... news to me! My PitBull will only charge the packs a little... and i get a "low amps" error. But on the Stealth, i have no problems.

Maybe i should talk to Jim?

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Maybe i should talk to Jim?

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If you do let me know what he says.
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RC Nitro - I knew i was doing something right. :P

Stealth will charge TX and RX packs just fine, like i thought.

The GFX will be able to discharge them though...
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some new pics of stuff that CE is testing out. The picture here is not the "final" version yet
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