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Old 03-10-2007, 07:07 PM   #16
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compared to the novak 3.5 gtb, which is better?
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compared to the novak 3.5 gtb, which is better?
Make the carpet scream! Buy the GTB 3.5 The mamba is sensorless and the GTB is sensored.
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Novak announced their new GTB specialised for Spektrum radio too!

Higher frequency etc etc
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Sensored & sensorless can same ,
but also sensorless type is more RPM ,
Brushless motor have 2 type slotless is RPM ( Trinity N60 , Mamba Max Series ... )

GM ORION PEAK , NOVAK ...is Y wind series have more torque
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Sensored & sensorless can same ,
but also sensorless type is more RPM ,
Brushless motor have 2 type slotless is RPM ( Trinity N60 , Mamba Max Series ... )

GM ORION PEAK , NOVAK ...is Y wind series have more torque
Would the mamba ESC. make the Novak 13.5 have More Rpm? If so there is some tune ability to have in the pit box?
The GTB will work on stock racing all the way up to the mods, that really don't need more RPM. All the motor swapping from one ESC. to another may prove to be to much electronics to go wrong. I would stick to the GTB and there motors to keep it all the same and less likely to have problems. The GTB and all the motors offered will make you pretty much universal in the speed department.
Just trying to help not putting down Mamba. They are a quality Motor and ESC.
One of the best in the business. But they are more mod focused. I think?
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IF I USE THE GTB will i be able to use LIPO batteries wit it?
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Would the mamba ESC. make the Novak 13.5 have More Rpm? If so there is some tune ability to have in the pit box?
The GTB will work on stock racing all the way up to the mods, that really don't need more RPM. All the motor swapping from one ESC. to another may prove to be to much electronics to go wrong. I would stick to the GTB and there motors to keep it all the same and less likely to have problems. The GTB and all the motors offered will make you pretty much universal in the speed department.
Just trying to help not putting down Mamba. They are a quality Motor and ESC.
One of the best in the business. But they are more mod focused. I think?
sorry i'm not have see NOVAK 13.5T motor !
but if slotless motor have more rpm !
& if you in small track or indoor track , use GM series bester !
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i was thinking about the 3.5, not the 13.5t motor
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sorry i'm not have see NOVAK 13.5T motor !
but if slotless motor have more rpm !
& if you in small track or indoor track , use GM series bester !

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all i would like to know is which system or combination will give me the best hole shot with good topend speed in a shaft driven 4wd car
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Go with the mamba max 7700. It's plenty fast and is very tunable.
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all i would like to know is which system or combination will give me the best hole shot with good topend speed in a shaft driven 4wd car
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Go with the torq of the Novak 3.5 and gear it for what ever top end you want, the torq will get you off the line for the hole shot. I should get a sales job for Novak. Orange power!
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If Novak 3.5T is Y wind , in RC market this STD type .
but GTB have new model support Spektrum !

& after TEKIN sensorless ESC onsale ,
will have more BL sensorless motor to start onsale ,
** sensorless BL Motor more cheaper !!
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I have run the Novak and the Sphere. They are smooth. I have not seen any sensorless as smooth for the price. Maybe the mamba can do it but I just see the low end being a problem. Now if you are in a wide open or mid to high speed track then I am sure the mamba will be as good.

Bottom line is that the Novak and Spehere systems are roar legal. Has to do with the wind of the motors. So if you race where they use roar then you decision may be made for you.

I doubt that you will go wrong with either.
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