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Old 12-07-2005, 11:31 AM   #1
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Can comeone familiar with programming a Novak GT7 please walk me through the steps to set it up for Off-Road? It is in my xxx-t MF2. It is a fairly small track with average lap times in the 20-30 second range for 19T. There are lots of jumps and it is hard packed dirt that is watered down each night. I pulled this from my TC4 I bought off a guy and it is setup for onroad currently. Seems to work ok now, but I bet it gets better with the proper setting. Thanks
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There are several people with it, but all just say it is a PITA to program and they forgot how. So I was looking for an expert to help me
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Novak's GT7 instruction manual has step by step instructions. Seriously, I'm not kidding!

http://www.teamnovak.com/download/in...fs/GT7_ins.pdf
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Cool, thanks. I will start downloading...on dialup
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I know a lot of guys who use the GT7, and I have three of them myself. I don't know anyone who goes outside of the various factory presets.

To switch between presets is a breeze. Hold down the setup button until all the lights flash. The number of flashes tells you the current preset.

Then press the button however many times you want to "advance" to the next preset. When you release the button a moment later the lights will flash however many times indicating what preset you are now on.

Best to use something non metallic to press the button (I use a wooden skewer).

Also the ESC is usually supplied with a nifty little decal which goes on your toolbox which summarises the programming options.

Obviously everyone is different, but I nearly always stick to 7 (slick tracks) for off road both mod and stock, and I vary between 7 and 1 (Smooth Mod) for on road, currently using "1" for my on road 19T.

I like the GT7, and for the silly prices they go for now the GTX is out, they are a great option.

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