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Old 04-25-2005, 08:05 PM   #1
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Any of you guys still run a Novak Cyclone (any series)? I have a '99 version and would like a few opinions. It seems to be bulletproof and fairly small and light. Later!
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Any of you guys still run a Novak Cyclone (any series)? I have a '99 version and would like a few opinions. It seems to be bulletproof and fairly small and light. Later!
I use a Novak Cyclone TC that I bought way back in 2000. It still works perfectly...
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I have quite of few cars with all types of different versions. Never had a problem with any of them. Novak is simply a great product!
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I actually bought a couple of TC2's second hand off the for sale forum to use in my Xray and F1,

I was sick of blowing up cheap ESC's and looked for the most bulletproof unlimited ESC, its been nearly one year and they are still going strong.

have no plans to replace them, maybe when the dual use brushless/brushed ESC's become more popular.
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hey I think I was the one who sold 'em too you lol

actually I bought 2 more cyclones for personal use a few months later
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yea you were,

one of the best purchases I have made, thanks.
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Yup-I always try to keep a couple around as back-ups or to throw into a car that maybe I want to just mess around with. I still have the programmer too so I put in my favorite profiles for 12th scale or stock touring. I have three GTX and two Cyclones right now.

One of the greatest things about the Cyclones is they are easy to mount in any car because of the top mount and easily removed wires.

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