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Old 09-12-2006, 07:36 PM   #1
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hey can u use a novak gt7 with gs silicones 12 gauge wire?
can u use deans wet noodle or does it not fit in the tabs?
should i use 12 - 14 or 16 gauge with a stock motor??
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I think Novak uses 14 ga wire, but 12 ga. wire can be persuaded to fit
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Old 09-12-2006, 08:20 PM   #3
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bigger wire means les ir which results in a more efficeint esc due to less energy being lost due to heat. You can use as big as wire as you want as long as you are not trying to pull to many amps through the esc. To fit 12 ga just trim a little wire of the stripped end and tin well, if you solder it right the trimmed edge will still touch the tab, and presto.
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