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Old 10-08-2002, 12:23 PM   #1
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Can anyone tell me the difference between a Turbo 35, Turbo 35 BL, and Turbo 35 Stealth? I went on the CE website but couldn't find anything.
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Difference between BL = Backlite. The T-35 without the "BL" just has a LCD screen.

Difference between the T-35BL and the Stealth, is the Stealth is basicly a BL with a black case, and flamed screen.

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Thanks for the info.
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But out of the three, the Stealth is the best.....
However I might be a little bias, as I own one....
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What do people think of the new Turbo35 being released...the one displayed at the Chicago Hobby Show.
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What do people think of the new Turbo35 being released...the one displayed at the Chicago Hobby Show.
It's nice... I'm not gonig to drop my stealth onto e-bay to buy one though. I got to "play" with it for a couple minutes.
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Are they making a update kit for that one?
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It's nice... I'm not gonig to drop my stealth onto e-bay to buy one though. I got to "play" with it for a couple minutes.
My sentiments exactly, but it does look nice....
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Are they making a update kit for that one?
At the time I talked to them, They did not have plans for an upgrade kit.

It is quite a bit different from the T-35 series. More discharging options, totally different screen, best bet, is that it's a new board inside too.

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It's nice... I'm not gonig to drop my stealth onto e-bay to buy one though. I got to "play" with it for a couple minutes.
How much do you want for your stealth? I might be interested in it.

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How much do you want for your stealth? I might be interested in it.

I would litterally have to get NIB, full price on selling my Stealth, to go off and buy a GFX. Sorry
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Troy: any info available on the T35 you spoke of? I have a bud intrested in a T35. I love mine!

PS on the stealth CE redid the menu's for easier use. I asked Jim when I called CE a while back. Basically a prom software change.
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Let me rephrase.. I am NOT selling a T-35, unless someone were to offer to buy it for what i paid for it, it's not gonig to happen. :P I have no desire to sell it, as it's only a year old, and I use it all the time.. haha.

Anytime someone says "sale" and "T-35" is the same sentance, everyone goes nuts!

I had heard about the menu change, but i have not used the original T-35, so i really didnt know.
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I meant the new T35 at the show you mentioned. I do not want to sell my 4 month old unit either
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Oooooohh, hehe...

I have a spec sheet at home. I can post some specs tonight if youwish.

otherwise: http://www.rctech.net/events/chicago2002/index.shtml

There are a couple images of the charger at the link above, page two i beleive.
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