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Old 02-13-2004, 05:14 AM   #3541
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I've heard some buzz about the Rayspeed discharger. What's so special about that one over my Trinity Realtime 2. Other than the obvious, the Rayspeed is not made by big t?

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This thing is VERY well made and solid. I just got one. Basically, it electronically will cutoff at .9 or .1v, at 1 or 5 amps. Unlike the Trinity which you have to watch the bulbs. I just got one a couple weeks ago, it's great.

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Old 02-13-2004, 06:57 AM   #3542
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I'm using a Realtime 2 and it will bring the cells down to 0. I check the voltage with a multimeter while traying so I know what the voltages are. The bulbs go out generally around .5 V. I might look into the rayspeed because im usually too busy at a race to babysit traying 6-9 packs, it is a time consuming process. LOL

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Old 02-13-2004, 08:16 AM   #3543
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Any1 got a link to Rayspeed or a link to where I can find/buy these?

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Old 02-13-2004, 08:24 AM   #3544
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Any1 got a link to Rayspeed or a link to where I can find/buy these?

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Old 02-13-2004, 08:55 AM   #3545
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Old 02-13-2004, 08:58 AM   #3546
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Has anyone used the Integy Trays with any success? I got one in a package deal and got one. Nice unit with a fan. I think it is like the trinity tray and takes it down to 0.0...but could use some advisement...

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Geezes! all this time and that was YOU!!!!! had I known, I'd ask you for a t-shirt and your autograph. but seriously, I've been asking around trying to locate you and they said you're back at the shop. Oh well, we'll get hooked up next time bro!


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Old 02-13-2004, 09:09 AM   #3548
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Yeah, they take it down to 0.0v. I used to let the bulbs get to where they are just about to go out and disconnect the cell. Kind of a pain. And @ one amp discharge it took forever.
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Has anyone used the Integy Trays with any success? I got one in a package deal and got one. Nice unit with a fan. I think it is like the trinity tray and takes it down to 0.0...but could use some advisement...

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The SP Integy Tray has similar functions as the RS trays... discharge, conditioning. 0.9,.5,0.0 voltage cutoff, fan, etc. I'm thinking of getting one....
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The SP Integy Tray has similar functions as the RS trays... discharge, conditioning. 0.9,.5,0.0 voltage cutoff, fan, etc. I'm thinking of getting one....
I use the trinity tray (real time 2). dont mind watching for the lights to go out. Towwer hobbies has them for 31 bucks ! killer price
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Old 02-13-2004, 09:53 AM   #3551
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I use the trinity tray (real time 2). dont mind watching for the lights to go out. Towwer hobbies has them for 31 bucks ! killer price
OOOOHHHHH look at the purdy lights
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which is better??using resistor or the bulbs???
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Old 02-13-2004, 12:54 PM   #3553
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Hey Rob - How's that Fuku shirt?
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To those that haven't purchased a tray yet, get one you don't have to baby sit. Sure light bulb types work well but for me, doing 20 things at once, it helps not to worry about batteries on a tray.
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