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Old 09-01-2005, 05:22 PM
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Does anyone know how to find out the drive freqs used on speed controlers such as the Nosram/Lrp speedies, or the Novak CTX?

Ive been looking around the web for details, but i guess its a trade secret!

Does anyone know how HOW to get these out of the speedy?
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Old 09-01-2005, 05:37 PM
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Novak's available drive frequencies are listed on our ESC Spec Chart on the website.

Also in the manuals that are available in the download section.

The GTX is capable of 1.5-11.5 khz.
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Thanx charlie,
But any idea on the others?......

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Thanx charlie,
But any idea on the others?......

Anyone
LOL...there are no other speed controls to use...Novak's customer service is second to none.
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Maybe so,
But ive still to find anyoe who does warrantee work in Australia!
No offence intended, but im really after the drive freqs used in the Novak, and the other major speed controlers on the market.
Namely the Nosram/LRP.
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That's what I dont like so much about LRP/Nosram... they dont say much about whats inside. Their marketing strategy seems to be on the hype side, instead of knowledge side.

I suggest you try writing to Nosram / LRP.
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Originally Posted by Turbo Joe
LOL...there are no other speed controls to use...Novak's customer service is second to none.

I'll second that !
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i remeber reading somewere that the LRP ESC's have variable freq. Maybe someone out there can help you with that.
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Arrh, it all comes back now. I remember reading about the Dominator EVO speedo's, I'm not sure where I read it but I remember it saying that the ESC had a special system, so it had a drive frequency say 2 kHz - 10 kHz and the ESC ran on a low frequency under acceleration, but the ESC frequency changed depending how much throttle input there was, so you got the best of both worlds, a low frequency for good punch, and a higher frequency for good top end.


I dont remember where I read it, But I'm pretty sure it was a review by one of the Nosram drivers.
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