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Old 08-26-2014, 07:17 PM   #1
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Hi, I have a new but old style 2007 Novak 10.5 which has sensored wired build in. To make a long story short, I been racing past 3 weekends with it with Tekin RS Gen 2. Tonight I was just blasting around the lot full throttle and braking and drifting a bit. I figure car slow down due to battery dumping. Then I realize that motor has lot of drag brake from instant throttle and some burning smell plus really hot. After I got home, I put another battery and i see motor still have lots of drag brake and heats up right away plus even ESC dean and battery leads are hot too which I unplugged it right away.
So I guess this motor is DONE?????
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yep probably. Still disassemble just to be sure though.
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Going to try out a 4.5 Modified motor. What gear ratio recommend safer side for my TC 6.1?
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start around 7.5/8 fdr
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start around 7.5/8 fdr
Thanks for info.
But I decided to go with 8.5 instead so what fdr you all recommend?
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if you're running timing & turbo on the speedo I'd stay up near 8.0.
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Thanks for info.
But I decided to go with 8.5 instead so what fdr you all recommend?
Depends on the track run time how you drive ect but a good starting point would be 8-9:1.
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whats the run time u want to achieve ??
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Depends on the track run time how you drive ect but a good starting point would be 8-9:1.
Now I am at 7.91 in blinky mode and felt kind of flat in low end.
Should I go down in gear ration into the 6.96 or get it out of blinky mode
and bring some boost/turbo?
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