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Novak 1/18th-Scale Micro Brushless System!

Old 09-11-2007, 12:58 PM
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Default Novak 1/18th-Scale Micro Brushless System!

Well guys, a bunch of people have been asking about this lately so I figured I'd start it's own thread and give you guys a little teaser information!


http://www.teamnovak.com/products/br...tor/index.html


Enjoy!

I will be able to answer some questions about the system... but alot of things are still under development and not finalized!

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Old 09-11-2007, 01:17 PM
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The above link does not work...
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This link works a little better. Maybe I should work for Novak!

http://www.teamnovak.com/products/br...tor/index.html
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A sensored brushless micro system is going to OWN. Good job Novak! Any ballpark pricing Steve?
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Sorry about that!

Fixed the link!
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Old 09-11-2007, 02:26 PM
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what size is it? 5400? 6800? 8000? can you tell us that?
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No more mamba no more mamba. I can streamline all of my electrics with a brand I can trust THANKS STEVE!
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We haven't decided on any KVs yet, sorry!

Just believe me that the stuff is FAST!
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380 size can... really? that's going to be beefy.

are these going to have the new sintered rotors too?
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Originally Posted by Steve Weiss
We haven't decided on any KVs yet, sorry!

Just believe me that the stuff is FAST!
Steve, is there release date?
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Here is a video clip of the Novak 380 size brushless system in a Kyosho Mini Inferno stock gearing!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WLvbnLL9RBw
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Originally Posted by rschoi_75
380 size can... really? that's going to be beefy.

are these going to have the new sintered rotors too?
Hehe

Lil tiny sintered rotors

Haha, I would take it apart just to mess with the tiny parts
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I want one faster then the one in the video.It seemed as fast as a 5400kv mamba.33 mph is ok.Nice start.
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This system looks SWEET! Finally a sensored micro brushless motor. If the ESC is the same size as the GTX than that would fin in my 18T perfect.
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Hi Steve.

Since it will be a 380 motor, will it be a 2.3 or 2.0 shaft size? As per the larger cars take the larger shaft, while the other take the smaller. Or will there be some sort of included coupler or choices in rotors to match?

Great Car you choose to show off the Motor BTW. Little angst about the fit of the final esc given the size of the GTX in comparison to smaller platforms like the M18 pro.
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