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Old 03-02-2008, 06:34 PM   #1
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Angry Velociti Tech question

I finally got my Novak GTB (purchased new) & 3.5 (purchased used) mounted in my TC. When I first tried to use it my Lipo was low (new and uncharged). It would not spin the motor. Today I charged it up and tried to see if my esc settings were right but it would spin very slow. I went to unplug the battery and the wires were very warm I think my 3.5 is bad.
How can I tech the motor to see if it really is bad??
What area (if any) goes bad on these motors??
What else could be causing my battery wires to warm up?

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find the "ask Steve the evicerator Weiss" thread and post your question, hes the Novak guru.
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