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Old 10-21-2007, 03:06 PM   #1
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Default LRP Sphere Comp TC Spec with Novak SS10.5/13.5

Is the above combination advisable?
Will be using with 2s Lipos(7.4volts) on my Xray T2 007 EU.

I'm a novice racer hoping to use the same motor even as I progress to intermediate standard.
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Old 10-21-2007, 03:09 PM   #2
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And wonder if I should wait for the LRP Vector 13.5 motor.
Any advantage of using LRP motor with LRP ESC, as opposed to using the Novak motor?
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nope it does not matter just your personal motor preference.
I have the TC Spec ESC with a LRP 4.5 and I also run the Novak 10.5(19 turn)
The novak has the HALL sensor wire for your ESC if your LRP speedo has the plug in spot for it. You did not say what speedo you had I am assuming either the Comp or TC Spec? both have the Hall sensor port.
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Yes. I am using the LRP TC Spec.
Could you describe the difference between the 4.5 and the 10.5 brushless motors when it comes to the track?

I've heard that the slower the brushless, the higher the torque?
Does that mean that the 4.5 is possibly easier to drive?
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Yes. I am using the LRP TC Spec.
Could you describe the difference between the 4.5 and the 10.5 brushless motors when it comes to the track?

I've heard that the slower the brushless, the higher the torque?
Does that mean that the 4.5 is possibly easier to drive?
Bro its like running a camaro and jumping to a vet (corvette). If you can I would stick with the novak b/c they come with the sintered arm. Orion are cool if you have an extra sensor wire. This is only my opinion.
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Yes. I am using the LRP TC Spec.
Could you describe the difference between the 4.5 and the 10.5 brushless motors when it comes to the track?

I've heard that the slower the brushless, the higher the torque?
Does that mean that the 4.5 is possibly easier to drive?
4.5 is probably faster than you can drive. You are hardly ever full throttle with that kind of power.
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