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Old 04-26-2010, 11:14 AM   #1
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Default New Tig, Diversion 180 or Syncrowave 200?

Time to pony up for my own unit but cant decide between these two.
Just a home garage environment doing the basics, exhausts, IC's etc. Newb user at the controls also. Both units will be close to the same price so it has to come down to features and ease of use, and expandability. Diversion does start with a leg up with its Inverter base, and how little amps it draws.

The 180 is pretty new so not many people have used it just being released now. The Syncrowave has been around forever and I'm sure you guys know it damn well. Thanks for all the input.
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Default Re: New Tig, Diversion 180 or Syncrowave 200?

diversion since its an inverter.
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