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Location: OH, USA
Sure, http://www.duratrax.com/chargers/onyx/dtxp4235.html The charger has a max of 50 watts and 5 amps while operating on AC power. It has a max of 70 watts and 8 amps while operating on DC power. I used the stock internal ps (60 watt) hooked to the DC input connections to fool it into thinking it was using an external DC source while really using it's own internal ps.
Now it voids the warranty of course , but I can get 70 watts and 8 amps on AC power in one compact nice small unit and have lost the ability to power it from a separate DC source (no more cord)
Hope this makes sense , many will not like it overloading the stock ps and/or modifying the unit inside.