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Old 10-14-2007, 10:05 PM   #1
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I use lrp, but I had to buy a novak 13.5 motor in a pinch. It didn't come with wrap for the sensor wire. I don't like the way that the wires are exposed. please help me find the part number for that wire wrap that the GTB/motor combo comes with.
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Old 10-14-2007, 10:10 PM   #2
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I use lrp, but I had to buy a novak 13.5 motor in a pinch. It didn't come with wrap for the sensor wire. I don't like the way that the wires are exposed. please help me find the part number for that wire wrap that the GTB/motor combo comes with.
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It's just standard spiral wrap stuff...you can get it at an electronics place...or just call Novak and I'm sure they'll hook you up. If you get stuck for it, I have some here as well.
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I just used some wrap from Radio Shack it is black but it does the same as Novaks wrap.
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Duh! Radio Shack... Thanks for the info guys.
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I went to Radio Shack for this and the stuff I found was way too big. Any place that does car stereo installations will have the correct size though. You can make a good wire sheath with fuel tubing in a pinch too. Put a piece of music wire in a length of fuel tubing and use an exacto at an angle while you roll the tubing on a coutertop to cut through it in a spiral.

The plastic stuff is probably tougher.
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There's a guy selling some of the spiral wrap in this thread:

http://www.hobbytalk.com/bbs1/showpo...69&postcount=1
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