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Old 04-07-2002, 10:51 AM   #1
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which type of starter better???
hand held or starter box???
kindly gave yr opinion......
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Old 04-08-2002, 06:29 AM   #2
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hand-held is portable & light.

but i finally settled on a starterbox for ease of using. just plonk your car down ... push .. all ready to go.
also, it's very convenient when you need to break-in .21 size engine or any other new & tight engines.
but damn, it's heavy, esp if you use those 12v gel lead acid batts.
also it's ard 2X the price of the former.
note that there are starterboxes for 1/10 as well as 1/8 so choose wisely. some use 550 motors, others use those big motors (same as hand-held ons).
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Old 04-11-2002, 10:38 PM   #3
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can some of the PROS give me some advice on which type of starter is better????
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Do you really think you need PROs to answer this question?
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i use handstarter since the very start. When you decide to bring a few cars out to play, you will appreciate the ease of just using 1 starter for all your cars. Starter box is more convenient, but imagine bringing 4 boxes for 4 different cars.
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STOP ASKING JUST BUY A HANDHELD........................... cheap and good
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AO u know where to get the cheapest hand held????
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AO u know where to get the cheapest hand held????

winne's shop s'wan at orchard plaze second storey
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hand held must use 12v batt?
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Default hand held starter? Startbox?

majority of the starter require 12v input. DC of course
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hey guys can i go to the shop and ask them to charge it(the hand starter) for me?? hehehe.....How much do you think they will charge? $$$
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Default Charge Handheld start???

hand held and box starter themsilf don't come with batt. need to purchase separately. to charge the batt you can bring down to any of the shop or Motorbike shop. they may charge them for you.
see what kind of batt you are having. or get a charger.
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