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Old 05-18-2009, 02:46 PM   #1
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Hey, I have an older Novak ESC and I need to know what motors I can run under it. It is a 410-M5 Hi-Frequency Megafet Sport Model. Can anybody help me? For example, what turn motors can be run under it? Any info. would be great. Thanks.

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Here's a link to the manual for that ESC.

I actually have that same ESC and read up on it a few weeks ago. It says "any stock or modified motor", but back then there likely weren't too many motors less than 10 turns. So watch out for the heat if you get down there.
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