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Announcing the Meguiar’s MT300 Dual Action Polisher [SEMA Show 2014]

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This morning Meguiar’s kicked off SEMA with the much anticipated announcement of their new dual action buffer, officially called the Meguiar’s MT300 Dual Action Polisher. The buffer features variable speed control from 3,000 – 7,500 OPMs and will sense pressure and reduce power when too much pressure is applied. No word on pricing or when it will be available, but we’ll be sure to update you as soon as we know more.

Pictures & Video

Here are some of the pics we snapped at the Meguiar’s booth this morning, including Greg taking it for a test spin and a video demonstration:

Meguiar's MT 300 Dual Action Polisher Showcase

Meguiar's MT 300 Dual Action Polisher Test Drive

Meguiar's MT 300 Dual Action Polisher Test Drive Closeup

4 comments on Announcing the Meguiar’s MT300 Dual Action Polisher [SEMA Show 2014]

  1. Brett Hamilton says:

    Hi!
    Is the new meguiars machine coming to Australia?
    Cheers

  2. Moheb Hanna says:

    From the released information the new DA is 8mm throw – my question is that what is making this machine better the existing G110V2 DA. Could you please provide your thoughts.

    • Greg@DI says:

      We certainly haven’t used it enough to state anything definite but here is what we’ve heard from Megs and noticed in our experience. The new unit should be more powerful, with less vibration so you can get better results in less time. It’s also more compact and should be much easier to use over longer periods of time. I think it’s going to be a nice step forward from the previous unit but it’s not a quantum leap forward.

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