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Old 09-27-2007, 03:42 PM   #1
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Will the lrp sphere work with a Novak 4300? How does the 4300 compare to a 10.5?
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The Sphere will run the Novak motor just fine. The Novak 4300 is a 10.5 turn motor. It's a 10.5 motor rated at 4300kv, which is power output. that's where the 4300 name comes from.

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A 4300 with a sintered rotor is a 10.5 Pro just without the ribbed can. I use one all the time with me LRP Sphere. The Sphere seems smoother to me than the GTB.
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A 4300 with a sintered rotor is a 10.5 Pro just without the ribbed can. I use one all the time with me LRP Sphere. The Sphere seems smoother to me than the GTB.
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Additionally, the 10.5 has adjustable timing, the SS4300 does not. Also, the SS4300 comes with a bonded rotor and smaller front bearing. As stated, running with the sintered rotor makes it equal to the 10.5. The conversion to the sintered rotor on the SS4300 gives it a large bearing like all its newer siblings.
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