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Old 01-22-2007, 10:50 AM   #1876
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when your motor gets hot does your car just stop?
when it thermals, yes it will stop to protect it
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Old 01-22-2007, 11:07 AM   #1877
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hey 2wd offroad racers,

I have a 6.5R system on my FT T4 and have lots of trouble with traction. The truck tends to spin out (even in the straight away) when I give it full throttle. Would changing the profile fix this?
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hey 2wd offroad racers,

I have a 6.5R system on my FT T4 and have lots of trouble with traction. The truck tends to spin out (even in the straight away) when I give it full throttle. Would changing the profile fix this?
you can go up on the min drive% or go to your radio and add -expo to smooth out the throttle response, if that doesnt help try checking your T4 set up
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Old 01-25-2007, 12:05 PM   #1879
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how do you guys open the motor? through the 3 screws on the back?
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Old 01-25-2007, 12:12 PM   #1880
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how do you guys open the motor? through the 3 screws on the back?
3 screws in the front by the pinion side
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Anybody know if Novak plans on releasing the 4300 WITH the sintered rotor upgrade kit since so many clubs are allowing this in 19turn now?
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Old 01-25-2007, 05:09 PM   #1882
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Anybody know if Novak plans on releasing the 4300 WITH the sintered rotor upgrade kit since so many clubs are allowing this in 19turn now?
i know they are releasing the sintered rotor upgrade kit with the front bearing

http://www.shopatron.com/product/pro...=NOV5923/135.0
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what is the used of those screws on the back of the motor?
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Somewhat of a silly question. Where can you get the plastic tubes used to protect the sensor wires? Got three motors but only one tube.
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what is the used of those screws on the back of the motor?
allow you to replace the "other" bearing....
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i know they are releasing the sintered rotor upgrade kit with the front bearing

http://www.shopatron.com/product/pro...=NOV5923/135.0
I was hoping they would release a complete motor so I don't have to buy a $120 motor to run 19turn with.
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Somewhat of a silly question. Where can you get the plastic tubes used to protect the sensor wires? Got three motors but only one tube.
You can get the spiral wrap at most electronic stores. The places where they sell capacitors, wires, leds etc. etc.
I've only seen black around these parts but I'm sure they'd come in various colours.

Might be worth-while checking computer parts places too.. they do spiral wrap for keeping small dia wires from flapping around your case.

(Sorry - can't give examples. Live in Australia..!!)
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You can get the spiral wrap at most electronic stores. The places where they sell capacitors, wires, leds etc. etc.
I've only seen black around these parts but I'm sure they'd come in various colours.

Might be worth-while checking computer parts places too.. they do spiral wrap for keeping small dia wires from flapping around your case.

(Sorry - can't give examples. Live in Australia..!!)

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I was hoping they would release a complete motor so I don't have to buy a $120 motor to run 19turn with.
Looks like Novak answered your wish. Here are all the new numbers. It looks like the SS4300 has been replaced by the 10.5. All motors now feature the ribbed endbell and larger front bearing. They also have an ESC optimized for DSM systems.

#3408 SS8.5 Pro Brushless Motor

#3410 SS10.5 Pro Brushless Motor

#3413 SS13.5 Pro Stock Brushless Motor

#3008 GTB/SS8.5 Pro Brushless System

#3010 GTB/SS10.5 Pro Brushless System

#3013 GTB/SS13.5 Pro Stock Brushless System

#3040 GTB 4-Cell/SS10.5 Pro Brushless System

#3043 GTB 4-Cell/SS13.5 Pro Stock Brushless System

#1711 GTB Spread Spectrum Brushless/Brush ESC

#1715 GTB 4-Cell Spread Spectrum Brushless/Brush ESC
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How do you optimise a BL esc for DSM?...??

Anyone care to explain?
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