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Old 10-30-2008, 11:39 AM   #1
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Hi Peeps as mentioned above would like to seek for your opinon. As i just burn my Novak 10.5 Brushless motor, would like to get a 10.5 Brushless motor but don't know which to get as in mind i got a few to go with like the Orion,Sp and tekin or novak.

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Hi , i would recomend the LRP 10.5 but fromwhat you mensioned i would say SP or Novak because fron what i heard that the novak motor is a very fast 10.5 .
I havent seen many orion and tekin 10.5
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Hi Peeps as mentioned above would like to seek for your opinon. As i just burn my Novak 10.5 Brushless motor, would like to get a 10.5 Brushless motor but don't know which to get as in mind i got a few to go with like the Orion,Sp and tekin or novak.

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i have used almost all of them,and they are all pretty much the same.i think it's just a matter of prefrence.
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Old 10-30-2008, 03:52 PM   #5
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I think the Novak 10.5 is definatly a good motor.
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Old 10-30-2008, 04:51 PM   #6
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Trinity FTW. Get one from eXpressMotorsports! You won't regret it!
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I would go with the Trinity based motor from eXpress Motorsports or you could always go with the Tekin based motors.
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I've been a bit of an LRP fanboy until recently so i'd normally suggest going for the LRP 10.5, but more and more I'm starting to want 2 motors for each class, one with torque and one with rpm. For this reason I'd say get 2 motors, one of them the LRP 10.5 for torque and the other could be an SP 10.5 for high revving/rpm use.
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