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Old 04-01-2005, 10:29 AM   #31
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Update: I've used the ICE, I actualy like it. It was easy to program and the best thing about it for me is that I can hook it up to my starter box and use it right up to the time I have to start the car. It was easy to program and use. The only thing is that I still can't charge 2 batteries at once, but I run 2100mah batteries in my radio, so I shouldn't have a problem their.
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Old 04-02-2005, 09:54 AM   #32
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I like the looks and features of the Futaba CR-2000. Anyone have one?

Is there 3 charge outputs? One for Rx, Tx and glow, or just 2 that you have to choose between

Another one on my list is the Hitec CG-335 Pro.

I'm looking for a smaller charger than my turbo 30 for nitro stuff. It does everything, but is a little too bulky for me.
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Old 04-02-2005, 10:35 AM   #33
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i was going to buy a turbo 35 charger. but i have made up my mind that buying a charger now is a bad time. all batteries soon will be lithium-ion. so why buy a charger that will not work with this type of battery. before upgrading, in my opinion, wait for the chargers to come out that worth with lithium. or buy the trinitron since it does work. my 2 cents!!!!!!!!!!!!
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The triton is nice, it has a nice step up voltage system in it that lets you charge a 9 cell pack or more if you wanted for your TX
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