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Old 04-27-2007, 08:48 AM   #1
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Default Novak GTB/SS10.5 Pro Brushless System

I thought i'd start a separate thread for the 10.5 brushless system. This is Novak's brushless motor thats performs similar to a 19T motor.

# GTB/SS10.5 Pro Brushless System—this system is ideal for use in “SS4300 class” races with performance similar to 19-turn brush motor. (#3010)

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http://www.teamnovak.com/products/br...ems/index.html

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ihave just got a 10.5 system what roll out should i use . i use 32.92 mm at press with a 19t atlas ea motor. rubber tyres on carpet please some one give me a starting point.
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Old 04-27-2007, 09:37 AM   #3
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With rubber tires I usually recommend starting out with a 5.5:1 Final Drive in touring car.

With a 64 mm rubber tire that rollout would equal 36.5 mm.

Hope this helps!
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With rubber tires I usually recommend starting out with a 5.5:1 Final Drive in touring car.

With a 64 mm rubber tire that rollout would equal 36.5 mm.

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so there's room to gear up steve? say... 5.4...maybe 5.3 at tamiya?
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Old 04-27-2007, 10:49 AM   #5
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I ran a 5.44 at Corona on Sunday and the motor was just a little past warm. There was definitely room to gear up
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Just got Mine..
Harsh said he is running at 5.1
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Harsh said he is running at 5.1
oh wow! how's that track compared in size to the tamiya track?

man i might have to use my pinions that i normally would use for my silver cans.
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With rubber tires I usually recommend starting out with a 5.5:1 Final Drive in touring car.

With a 64 mm rubber tire that rollout would equal 36.5 mm.

Hope this helps!
two questions Steve, one what would be a good starting point for 1/12th scale with the 10.5 pro system pinion/spur size. i usally use a 34/100 for a stock motor. two when will these systems be availible.
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With rubber tires I usually recommend starting out with a 5.5:1 Final Drive in touring car.

With a 64 mm rubber tire that rollout would equal 36.5 mm.

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Thanks Steve
so i need to gear up from 74/29 to 74/32 is this correct as on the instructions it says gear down
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Big B: I believe that the gtb/SS pro combos should be shipping already...? I might be wrong though... the motors by themselves have been available for quite a while now.

As far as 1/12 gearing goes... I want to say that the last time I ran the 10.5 pro spec motor I ran a 98/35 with 45 mm tires?

I don't have everything in front of me and I will have to double check on all of that later to be sure.

Aid: It depends on what the internal drive ratio of your car is... I don't know what car you are driving
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Big B: I believe that the gtb/SS pro combos should be shipping already...? I might be wrong though... the motors by themselves have been available for quite a while now.

As far as 1/12 gearing goes... I want to say that the last time I ran the 10.5 pro spec motor I ran a 98/35 with 45 mm tires?

I don't have everything in front of me and I will have to double check on all of that later to be sure.

Aid: It depends on what the internal drive ratio of your car is... I don't know what car you are driving
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Yeah a 32 or a 33 tooth pinion will be a good place to start out.
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can someone please tell me how should I gear a losi jrxs with 128 spur with the SS 10.5 pro with sintered rotor?

My motor is arriving late this week and I would like to start testing with something aproximate.


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Start out with a 42 or 43 tooth spur gear!

I generally recommend starting out around a 5.5 and those pinion gears will get you just on either side of it.
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what drag brake do i need to start with so it feels the same as my brushed motor did with gtx and no drag brake stick in neutral possition
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