Novak Ballistic Wound Stator (8.5T)

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Change your motor turn without changing out your motor with Novak’s ten Ballistic Wound Stators. The Ballistic motors’ innovative design defines versatility by featuring interchangeable wound stator construction. By unscrewing the main screws, the motors’ end bells and sensor assemblies can be easily removed to leave only the stator, which can be replaced with a different wound stator. The ease of installation and numerous motor-wind options provides drivers with a cost effective way to race many different classes without purchasing a large number of motors. In addition, the stators can be easily replaced if damaged.

In fact, only one motor is necessary to compete in any race. Simply pick your class of choice, and install the necessary hand-wound stator. Each spec-class stator includes a factory-installed insert that easily identifies the number of motor winds. The hand-wound stators are also ROAR approved for their specific racing class.

Like all Novak brushless motors, the Ballistic Hand-Wound Stators are designed, tested and built at the Novak facility in Irvine, Calif. Each stator is hand-wound for maximum copper fill and individually tested for consistency. The stators are also inspected, packaged and weighed to ensure the best product is sent to customers.

This product was added to our catalog on November 3, 2009.

Eric Franz
Tuesday, Feb 5 2013 (about 4 years ago)
Novak Ballistic Wound Stator (8.5T)
I WOULD recommend this to anyone driving short course truck. I run this in my AE FT SC10 2wd on a large outdoor 1/8 scale track. Power and torque are very good. Actually had to soften the bottom end torque through my esc. Top end is very good when geared correctly. Was coming off of the track around 150 degrees after a 7 minute main when traction was optimal.)
Mike Lettieri
Verified Owner
Tuesday, Aug 28 2012 (about 4 years ago)
Novak Ballistic Wound Stator (8.5T)
I would not recommend this product for a short course truck. I have this in my SC10 and the power band is not ideal for applications that require a good amount of torque. Once you get moving, this stator does have a tremendous top end speed though. The motor temps do not exceed 130F and the efficiency rate is well above average.)