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Old 11-18-2008, 07:17 AM   #211
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I think your going to just get the generic answer here, but here it goes....

You Get What You Pay For

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Old 11-19-2008, 01:52 AM   #212
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I think your going to just get the generic answer here, but here it goes....

You Get What You Pay For

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Not really the hobby wing is a great esc specially for the price

I have one in my mini, my truck, my buggy, dads mini and thinking about a dual set upfor my truck

I would choose this over my GTB any day....it has been packaged up pending i can be bothered putting it up for sale
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Old 11-19-2008, 02:32 AM   #213
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I would choose this over my GTB any day....
you're pushing it a bit too far my friend.

hobbywing is amazing value for money - but still GTB is a much better product...

kinda like comparing a Mitsu Evo and a Gallardo.

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Old 11-19-2008, 02:39 AM   #214
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Not really the hobby wing is a great esc specially for the price

I have one in my mini, my truck, my buggy, dads mini and thinking about a dual set upfor my truck

I would choose this over my GTB any day....it has been packaged up pending i can be bothered putting it up for sale
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For someone who didn't want to take the time to read the post (Tpg racer), and just jump in and ask..is it any good I gave him the Ol' you get what you pay for. I'm looking forward to getting my 60A with the 8.5T

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Old 11-19-2008, 02:48 AM   #215
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you're pushing it a bit too far my friend.

hobbywing is amazing value for money - but still GTB is a much better product...

kinda like comparing a Mitsu Evo and a Gallardo.

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I dont know if you can read but i said I WOULD so meaning MY opinion for MY situation

BTW every time you see my post no matter what thread you jump down my throat faster than a gallardo does the strip
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Old 11-19-2008, 03:00 AM   #216
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Damn guys, I'm ready to get the popcorn, sit back and watch what happens next. Great way to spice up the thread!

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Old 11-19-2008, 03:07 AM   #217
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Damn guys, I'm ready to get the popcorn, sit back and watch what happens next. Great way to spice up the thread!

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If you want spicey try the 416 thread within the last 5 pages

Sorry that i have strong opinions next time i wont share my them in a forum
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Old 11-19-2008, 03:36 AM   #218
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For someone who didn't want to take the time to read the post (Tpg racer), and just jump in and ask..is it any good I gave him the Ol' you get what you pay for. I'm looking forward to getting my 60A with the 8.5T

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Wow pyro18t, you really do have "GREAT" human interaction skills dont you...

For a simple question of wanting to know how BIG is the difference gap between this ezrun esc and those higher end stuffs, all I get was a so called "GREAT" humane answer from you...

Why dont you just save the trouble and let others answer if you dont feel like answering would you... or just answer with much less sarcasm in it....
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Old 11-19-2008, 06:24 AM   #219
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Wow pyro18t, you really do have "GREAT" human interaction skills dont you...

For a simple question of wanting to know how BIG is the difference gap between this ezrun esc and those higher end stuffs, all I get was a so called "GREAT" humane answer from you...

Why dont you just save the trouble and let others answer if you dont feel like answering would you... or just answer with much less sarcasm in it....
Sorry bro, I can't help being a smart a$$ it's a problem I've been trying to work on (seriously) It gets me in a jam at work all the time. Didn't really mean anything by it.

Anyway I think the system, from what I've read in this post is pretty top notch, and compaires well with other sensorless systems. That's why I've ordered one.

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I'll have to check that out

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Old 11-20-2008, 05:13 AM   #220
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ok, i've finally gotten my novak velociti 6.5 and hooked it up by directly soldering the motor to the 60A esc. i've installed the wiring by soldering A to A, B to B and C to C ... lol seems like i've got something inverted coz there is no punch when i pull the trigger and when i hit reverse it goes zooooom!

anyways, if i follow the manual ... switching any of the 2 wires should fix my problems ... right?
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Old 11-20-2008, 05:22 AM   #221
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Yup should fix you right up! I've had to do this same thing on one of my airplanes.

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Old 11-20-2008, 10:56 AM   #222
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thanks! for anyone interested in wiring a novak motor to an EzRun ...

here is the original Novak wire configuration ...

A=Blue B=Yellow C=Red

this is how i wired the Hobbywing ESC to the novak motor ...

A=Red B=Yellow C=Blue
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Old 11-20-2008, 11:00 AM   #223
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I'm glad I could help. So hows it running?

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Old 11-20-2008, 06:03 PM   #224
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i havent had the chance to test it outdoor yet ... woke up and it was raining.

update: got to run outdoors for around 30mins ... didnt really feel any cogging, motor was coffee hot which is totally better than the stock ribbed stock blue 380 can, esc was cool throughout the test. my TA03F's had pro gears (beige) with 23T pinion giving it an FDR of 7.34. i love it, power + speed + togque ... now to get another 60A or 120A ESC for my other car.
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Old 11-20-2008, 10:26 PM   #225
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Great! I think these things are really turning out to be a great value for the $$$. I can't wait to get mine, but I think it's going to take a month or so to get here from Hong Kong.

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