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Old 09-11-2007, 01:52 PM   #1
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Default Novak 1/18th-Scale Micro Brushless System!

Well guys, a bunch of people have been asking about this lately so I figured I'd start it's own thread and give you guys a little teaser information!

http://www.teamnovak.com/products/br...tor/index.html

Enjoy!

I will be able to answer some questions about the system... but alot of things are still under development and not finalized!
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Old 09-11-2007, 01:54 PM   #2
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Well guys, a bunch of people have been asking about this lately so I figured I'd start it's own thread and give you guys a little teaser information!

http://www.teamnovak.com/products/br...tor/index.html

Enjoy!

I will be able to answer some questions about the system... but alot of things are still under development and not finalized!
ummm dont you think these should be in the micro/mini fourm???
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Old 09-11-2007, 01:58 PM   #3
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probably not a bad idea... but I know this area gets a lot of traffic
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Old 09-11-2007, 02:04 PM   #4
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10 seconds until ("I Like Turtles") bxpitbull comes in here gloating...
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Bet it could work nicely in a 1/12th scale as well
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Is it ready?? I am ready to buy! Syndrome, you know me well brother! I am now complete! Just finished rebuilding my micro RS4...I am putting my order on standyby..I WILL BE THE FIRST PURCHASER! Steve, God bless you!
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any pics of the speedo?
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linger, thats a damn good question
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I have a better one... will the esc work with the 540 size motors?
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"The ESC is roughly the size of Novak's GTX."

Would be nice if the 10th scale GTB was roughly the size of a novak GTX instead of my PDA!!! Im waiting on brushless ESC sizes to drop!

Maybe this micro ESC will be able to run the 13.5BL motors???
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Someone should move this to the Micro section so the target audience sees this.Sign me up for the mini 3.5r and speedo for my Losi Slider. Awesome!
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Leave it here. It might not get the traction there as it would here. Joel, thats a small PDA you got there lol
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Ok!Steve has already remedied the situation by starting another thread. Really needed there more then a 1/10 scale forum IMO.Our Forum Furor from the east has spoken!
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Ok!Steve has already remedied the situation by starting another thread. Really needed there more then a 1/10 scale forum IMO.Our Forum Furor from the east has spoken!
You got jokes. I'm so happy they finally gave us a teaser not to mention am turning over a new leaf, that I wont flog you for that forum furorcomment . I'm trying man, i'm really trying, give me a break fellas
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Size is 380 it says but it looks more than a 180size on the pics. Will it be compatible with the mamba 25 esc and what rpm/v to they have?
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