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Old 11-16-2021, 05:41 PM
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Default Link to CTX3030 programs (quite a few)

It took me a while to find this link but johnnyanglo did a great job documenting some of the CTX3030 programs.

https://www.findmall.com/threads/new...rogram.347012/

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Wow - as a guy considering getting a CTX 3030, looking at those programs makes my head spin. I've come to understand that the learning curve is pretty steep but this is on a whole different level.

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Originally Posted by szugelder View post
Wow - as a guy considering getting a CTX 3030, looking at those programs makes my head spin. I've come to understand that the learning curve is pretty steep but this is on a whole different level.

Maybe itís just me, but I found the CTX easier to learn than the Equinox or Deus.


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