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Old 10-02-2008, 07:19 AM   #1
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hi the plug on my novak brushless motor melted and i need another one

is there anywhere i can get one as id rather not have to buy a new motor,

its the plug with 6 wires coming into it that plugs into the speedy
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Novak sells them , http://www.shopatron.com/product/part_number=5356/135.0

You will have to cut one plug and solder the wires to the motor . If you are good at soldering it is no big deal .
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No, you may be able to solder a section in to it , but to me its not worth
it for fear of frying your speedo next. You need to send it back to Novak I
think the replacment cost is $50 for a new motor.You also can buy a motor
with a replaceable sensor such as a speed passion motor.

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Old 10-02-2008, 08:57 AM   #4
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Novak sells them , http://www.shopatron.com/product/part_number=5356/135.0

You will have to cut one plug and solder the wires to the motor . If you are good at soldering it is no big deal .
thanks for the link mate

im not to bad at soldering so ill give it a go,


and dynodan22 how would doing this risk my next speedy, if there all soldered good i cant see it being a problem?
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You guys do know that you can pull the wires out of the connector, right? Just replace the melted part.

Just use a sharp hobby knife to lift the little tabs and the wires pop right out.
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