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Old 12-26-2005, 10:27 PM   #1
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im about to get a new pit bull x3 by CE.. is this good?? can it charge 3300, 3600, 3800, 4200mah's batts without overcharging, false peaking the batts??? and what are the settings for these?? does the charger has a chart on what settings for the batts.. need help ASAP!!! tnx
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Yes it is a good charger. Yes it will charge all the cells you listed. It has a long lock out to prevent false peaking and you can also program it to ignore peaks until whatever mahr your program in... if you are having false peaking problems with a pack. It also can step charge if you like.
As far as for settings I recommend you check with you matcher and use his recommended settings.
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Yes it is a good charger. Yes it will charge all the cells you listed. It has a long lock out to prevent false peaking and you can also program it to ignore peaks until whatever mahr your program in... if you are having false peaking problems with a pack. It also can step charge if you like.
As far as for settings I recommend you check with you matcher and use his recommended settings.
how about CDC Charger Ver 6.0/B????

some co-racers are selling it to me.. is that a good charger?? does the CDC Charger Ver 6.0/B has any issue on over charging or cant charge the cells good enough?? tnx need help asap
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yes alot of top racers use that charger.
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