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xabo
03-17-2016, 07:48 PM
Since the 15 & 21 have been upgraded, any idea if the LHR75E Mini Random Orbital Polisher will be upgraded in the near future?

Or is the Nano Ibird the upgrade?

custmsprty
03-17-2016, 07:50 PM
It does a great job as it is, I personally don't see the need to do anything to it. I love mine.

Mike@ShineStruck
03-17-2016, 08:52 PM
Since the 15 & 21 have been upgraded, any idea if the LHR75E Mini Random Orbital Polisher will be upgraded in the near future?

Or is the Nano Ibird the upgrade?

I asked this when they first posted about the Nano...same goes for the cyclo
Answer was no

If anything it needs a variable trigger and rid of the soft start and full speed level

Nano is a separate tool in its self not an upgrade or replacement of the mini

custmsprty
03-17-2016, 08:55 PM
No reason to, the Mini is a highly capable machine as is and has plenty of power to correct when used for what the machine was designed for. It does a great job in the tight areas. i will say this, the Rupes pads are a must whether you choose to use the polishes. It's design along with the pad design allows you to cut into tight areas because of the bevel. Not too mention it will toast most other pads if run to high.

Mike@ShineStruck
03-17-2016, 09:15 PM
If you think you'll want a tad more power to the surface
Duetto with 3in kamikaze backingplate.. Just not sure if the bigger shroud will protrude into the vision of BP/pad

lane5515
03-17-2016, 09:23 PM
It does a great job as it is, I personally don't see the need to do anything to it. I love mine.

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