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Old 10-02-2001, 03:56 PM   #1
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i got 2 little purple heat sinks that came with my novac dually esc. how do i put them on my esc. do i just clue them on or what. also does it matter weer i put them on the ecc or is there a specific spot to mount them. peace
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prelude19: HOLD UP SLOW DOWN! NO GLUE, I repeat NO GLUE!

Just put the glue down and back away!

The heatsinks should just press fit onto the speed controls FET leads(the little metal tabs that are sticking up). Novak makes pretty precise equipment so they should go on with no problem. If they don't, just bend the tabs on the heatsink apart just a little. Just enough so that the heatsink fits over the FET's all snuggly like.

Good luck.

And put that glue away!!!
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