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Old 07-20-2008, 01:38 PM   #1
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Hi all

Maybe I'm being stupid but can the level of brakes be adjusted on the GTB?
I know the level of drag can be changed but when I use my Orion 10.5 with my GTB the brakes are really good but with my Novak 10.5 they are nowhere near as good.

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Read the instructions quite good explanation. But my brakes un novak ss13.5 are quite good, but dont use them much cuz i have solid one way front. To set min. brake hold one touch button when only blue led is on then release and for testing crank it up to 10 shows it as 10 flashes.
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