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Old 02-06-2013, 08:26 PM   #16
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The cheapest way to get up to speed is to buy a $35 Novak 17.5 or 13.5 stator to replace the 10.5 one you have in there now....
Actually, that's not possible with that particular motor. Only Novak's Ballistic series motors can be upgraded that way(I mean just among Novak's motors, of course, other manufacturers now also sell motor lines that are similarly fully rebuildable & upgradable). The one in that pic looks like the old SS series, & if it is & it doesn't have a sintered rotor in it like I suspect), then I'd suggest buying a more up to date motor(or just be VERY careful how hot that one gets, those older motors are VERY MUCH more heat sensitive, if you overgear just a little, you can ruin them pretty quick)....
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