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Old 10-06-2010, 06:50 PM   #166
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Hi NovakTwo,

Can you give me the idea of the turnaround time for a trade? I sent in my 21.5 SS for a 25.5 Ballistic. No complaints, just wondering about how long it takes to get them out once an order is received.

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Old 10-07-2010, 07:47 AM   #167
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Hi NovakTwo,

Can you give me the idea of the turnaround time for a trade? I sent in my 21.5 SS for a 25.5 Ballistic. No complaints, just wondering about how long it takes to get them out once an order is received.

Thank you.
Generally, it takes 5 to 7 working days (Mon-Fri) once we receive your parcel.
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Old 10-07-2010, 02:01 PM   #168
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Generally, it takes 5 to 7 working days (Mon-Fri) once we receive your parcel.
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Old 10-14-2010, 10:18 AM   #169
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Default FYI on changing the Ballistic sensor harness....

Ballistic Sensor Harness Removal

In order to ensure that the replaceable sensor harness doesn’t easily fall out of the Ballistic motor accidentally, the end bell was designed to snugly retain the end of the sensor harness in its connector.

As such, removal of the harness requires special attention so as to not damage the harness itself.

1. Note and mark the factory timing setting on the motor.
2. Using a 1.5 mm wrench, loosen the three flat head screws holding the end cap and sensor assembly in place.
3. Once loosened, grasp the sensor harness as close to the connector as possible.
4. Gently “walk” the sensor harness connector out of the motor’s connector by wiggling the connector side to side.
a. NOTE: You may need to pull up slightly on the harness as there is a small lip on the endbell that may impede the removal of the sensor harness connector in certain circumstances.
5. Once the harness is removed, it can easily be replaced.
6. Next, re tighten the three 1.5 mm screws in the end cap, ensuring that the timing setting is set to where it was noted before the sensor harness removal process was begun.
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Hey guys? Does timming on the ballistic 25.5 motor alot faster than the SS 25.5 ????
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Old 10-23-2010, 06:17 AM   #171
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The Novak 25.5 SCAR Road Course and Oval Classes are doing well at Lou's Speedway in London Ontario Canada. Last Wednesday SCAR was the largest Circuit Class and SCAR Oval was the largest Oval Class.

The 25.5 with the Havoc Sport 2S and Orion 2400 LIPO provides great affordable power with very impressive performance in the 200mm Pan Cars.

This past week, some of us geared way up on the Oval. One Racer was at 118 MMPR for the 5 Minute Qualifier. I ran a 110 MMPR in the Qualifier and in the 125 Lap Main ( ran 9 Minutes and 16 Seconds ). On the Road Course we run around 75 MMPR.
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Hey guys? Does timming on the ballistic 25.5 motor alot faster than the SS 25.5 ????
Is there any advantage to running the ballistic 25.5 with timming?
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Old 10-23-2010, 06:56 AM   #173
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With the 2wd Pan Cars, we have found that Timing on the 25.5s running with the Orion 2400 Lipo Havoc Combo doesn't seem to change the performance that much. Having the car geared right seems to be a better area to concentrate on.
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Is there any advantage to running the ballistic 25.5 with timming?
I would go with the Ballastic if its in budget...only because of the re-building factor, and being able to change stator to other wounds(13.5,10.5,17.5 ect)

as far as timming, yes the Ballastic can go farther on the timming, but you push it pass its performace level, thus burning it up or damage....both motors are equal, from the factory...what you do to it is up to you....

performace...equal...
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Old 12-08-2010, 10:39 AM   #175
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We have just added the RMF SS Pro 25.5 motor to our special USVTA store section. Since we have both the RMF Havoc 2S and this motor, we will soon be combo-ing them up into a RMF Havoc 2S/SS Pro 25.5 combo (est: 104.99):

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Old 12-14-2010, 03:34 PM   #176
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RMF Havoc 2S/SS Pro 25.5 VTA Combo


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thats sweet deal...thanks again
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RobK added our new GTB2 to the approved spec controller list for his upcoming series; I have added it to our USVTA store:

GTB 2 Sportsman Racing Brushless ESC

For a comparison between the original GTBs and the GTB2:

The Ultimate Sportsman Speed Control!
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The SCAR (Spec Canadian Auto Racing) 200mm Pan Cars run next weekend at the Canadian On Road Carpet Nationals in Welland Ontario Canada.

SCAR is powered by Novak 25.5 Brushless / Novak Havoc / GTB ESCs / Orion 2400 Lipo Battery.
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The SCAR (Spec Canadian Auto Racing) 200mm Pan Cars run next weekend at the Canadian On Road Carpet Nationals in Welland Ontario Canada.

SCAR is powered by Novak 25.5 Brushless / Novak Havoc / GTB ESCs / Orion 2400 Lipo Battery.
Elliott--you are welcome to post upcoming race info on our facebook page:

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