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Old 04-17-2008, 11:00 PM   #16
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Our 1/8 controller does have a sensor plug, but we are not planning on using it with our 1/8 motors. Just covering all the bases.... since I am pretty sure you have a "1/8" motor that does have a sensor plug coming in the future? and perhaps a controller?
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Old 04-18-2008, 07:57 AM   #17
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I hate sensor wires! I like neat and tidy wiring, and try to stay away from Novak's if possible due to their none replaceable harness. It mkaes no sense to have a 9" wire if your motor and ESC are on the same side, 1/2" apart! But Havent had harness issues either. It seems lately I've started running castle products in offroad with various motors, including a Tekin 358. Being able to run both sensored, and sensorless is priceless!
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