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Old 07-27-2006, 01:06 PM   #31
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Will the new sintered rotor work in the 4300 (w/upgraded endbell) and 13.5?
This should answer your question (from RCCA forums):

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The Nickel-plated Sintered Neodymium rotor comes standard with the Velociti 3.5R Brushless Motor. It can also be purchased separately as an accessory item (#5908) for the following products: Velociti-series motors, SS13.5 (#3413), Crawler (#3418), and for SS5800 (#3400) and SS4300 (#3401) motors that have had the Velociti upgrade end bell installed. No modifications to the motor or ESC are needed. Simply remove the standard rotor and install the new rotor.
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Old 07-27-2006, 01:09 PM   #32
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This should answer your question (from RCCA forums):
Oh cool, thanks. I saw a similar blurb, but it just said "other 540 sized motors."
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Old 07-27-2006, 11:45 PM   #33
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Old 07-27-2006, 11:50 PM   #34
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No Ripped motor-can??
Yea, that doesn't seem right. I think the press release said the can was ribbed. I wonder where Tower dug up that picture, it's not even on Novak's site yet.
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Yea, that doesn't seem right. I think the press release said the can was ribbed. I wonder where Tower dug up that picture, it's not even on Novak's site yet.

Thats what I've read...I prefer it to be blue though, if they are going to anodise it...

However....This seems more politically correct...

http://www.teamnovak.com/products/br...tem/index.html
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Thats what I've read...I prefer it to be blue though, if they are going to anodise it...

However....This seems more politically correct...

http://www.teamnovak.com/products/br...tem/index.html
Oh, cool, it is on their site. The linked picture is a 4.5, so maybe it'll be a little different? I do so wish they'd do something else with the can. I know purple is their thing, but the motors just look so bland. These motors should be surrounded with glowing neon lights, diamonds and disco balls.
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Oh, cool, it is on their site. The linked picture is a 4.5, so maybe it'll be a little different? I do so wish they'd do something else with the can. I know purple is their thing, but the motors just look so bland. These motors should be surrounded with glowing neon lights, diamonds and disco balls.

Don't think so mate... Here's a statement from Novak...

While the Velociti 3.5R Brushless Motor looks just like the Velociti 4.5R, the differences are noticeable behind the wheel. Like all Velociti-series motors, the 3.5R motor is compatible with Novak’s GTB Racing Programmable Brushless/Brush ESC. It has the same dimensions as all of the other Velociti motors, and sports the lightweight aluminum ribbed end bells and improved solder tab system as the Velociti 4.5R.
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I was looking on Novaks website and it says that the 3.5 has a Kv rating of 10500 RPM/Volt.
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10050KV Rating? HOLY FRIGGIN HELL..! That's a nominal no load speed of 72,360 at 7.2. That with a lipo in a pan car...
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