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Old 05-09-2007, 12:45 PM   #2221
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I would like to give props to Novak. I went to the factory this morning and they fixed my problem in five minutes I am just lucky to be so close to all the major factories in SoCal. Thank You Novak keep up the great work.
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Sorry, newbie question. The new 10.5 motor is equivalent to a 19T brush motor?

Nevermind, found the answer.
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Sorry, newbie question. The new 10.5 motor is equivalent to a 19T brush motor?

Nevermind, found the answer.
13.5 ~= 27 T

10.5 ~= 19T
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Old 05-13-2007, 11:05 PM   #2224
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just upgraded my rotor in my 7.5 to sintered rotor.

was wondering if i did it right before i run it.

when i turn the pinion now, the motor "cogs" just like a modified brushed motor.

just checking because with the non-sintered rotor it used to spin freely like a 540 silver can motor.



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Old 05-13-2007, 11:12 PM   #2225
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Yes it 'cogs' because the magnet is stronger.
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Old 05-14-2007, 06:18 AM   #2226
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just upgraded my rotor in my 7.5 to sintered rotor.

was wondering if i did it right before i run it.

when i turn the pinion now, the motor "cogs" just like a modified brushed motor.

just checking because with the non-sintered rotor it used to spin freely like a 540 silver can motor.



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its a stronger magnet and you will have more drag brake than the bonded rotor
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Old 05-18-2007, 12:03 AM   #2227
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Charlie,

Tried to send you an email...but the @teamnovak.com mail got bounce back...

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anybody have tips on how to do the wiring so i can easily switch between a brushless and brushed motor? i think i pretty much know what to do with the 3 wires going to the negative tab of the brushed motor. its the red wire connecting to the battery that i'm having problems with...
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anybody have tips on how to do the wiring so i can easily switch between a brushless and brushed motor? i think i pretty much know what to do with the 3 wires going to the negative tab of the brushed motor. its the red wire connecting to the battery that i'm having problems with...
Create a jumper wire from the battery to the motor or splice the red wire going to the battery and the motor
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Create a jumper wire from the battery to the motor or splice the red wire going to the battery and the motor
is it OK to use a dean's connector? I'd like to be able to switch from brushed to brushless easilly.
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is it OK to use a dean's connector? I'd like to be able to switch from brushed to brushless easilly.
Yes, you can use Dean's connectors. I got some help with this sort of thing earlier but i can't seem to find the links that shows some of these ideas. I put Dean's in the motor wires to make motor changes quickly and it works great. One of the guys who showed me an example also had a setup to run the brushed motors also. i will keep looking.


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Little help. Ben gearing a 4300 BL motor at 5.3 with 6 cell, what should I be gearing that motor with 5 cell?
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Little help. Ben gearing a 4300 BL motor at 5.3 with 6 cell, what should I be gearing that motor with 5 cell?
ill start around a 4.2
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is it posible for me to use a 19T peak dinasty product with a GTB? what should i do to get the best result? FYI im using a teamlosi jrx-s. thx bro!!!
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is it posible for me to use a 19T peak dinasty product with a GTB? what should i do to get the best result? FYI im using a teamlosi jrx-s. thx bro!!!
you can run any brushed motor with the GTB as long as you switch the profile for brushed motor
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