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Old 05-23-2005, 04:00 PM   #1
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Is it true that the new Reedy Brushless is compatible with the Novak? I have heard that the Reedy motor will work with the Novak speed controller, but I thought the Reedy motor is to much (like a 9-turn) for the Novak speed controller to handle (12-turn limit). Comments appreciated.
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Is it true that the new Reedy Brushless is compatible with the Novak? I have heard that the Reedy motor will work with the Novak speed controller, but I thought the Reedy motor is to much (like a 9-turn) for the Novak speed controller to handle (12-turn limit). Comments appreciated.
its the other way around the novak motor will work with the Reedy speed control but the novak speed control will not work with the reedy motor
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The Reedy will also be compatible with brushed motors incase you didn't know that.... but novak also is working on a new prototype which is gonna be like a 6-7 turn or something like that...
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Just to clear up any possible confusion, the Novak controller will definately run the Reedy motor, its just that the Reedy motor will draw to many amps for the Novak controller to handle. And the LRP controller will definately run the Novak motor, with no problems.
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