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Novak Ballistic Boss VTA Brushless Motor

Novak Ballistic Boss VTA Brushless MotorNovak recently announced an update to their Ballistic 25.5 Vintage Trans Am (VTA) motor. With the new Ballistic Boss VTA, Novak took the original motor’s 25.5T stator and added new end bells with updated cooling vents and bearings to improve longevity. According to Novak, the Boss VTA 25.5T motor has been developed to perform alongside the original motors to ensure fair and consistent competition. The Novak Ballistic Boss VTA features an easy to adjust timing assembly, a removable sensor harness, and is completely rebuildable. Novak is offering the Boss VTA as a standalone motor as well as in a combo with the Edge ESC.

The US Vintage Trans-Am RC racing class is based on 1/10 scale touring cars. Its goal is to return these classic cars to the track in a cost controlled racing format that promotes driver development and entertaining racing. The class rules were developed to provide competitive racing with controlled chassis, battery, motor, tire and body specifications. For a low-initial cost, prospective Trans-Am racers can get a car and electronics, and be racing with little time or effort.

Novak Boss VTA Features:

  • High quality brushless sensor-based motor approved for USVTA racing
  • Meets ROAR and IFMAR specifications
  • Vented end bell design for increased airflow and reduce operating temps
  • Sensor-based for excellent torque and low-speed driveability
  • Completely rebuildable
  • Oversized front bearing [1/2″ x 3/16″ (12.7 x 4.8mm)] for increased load handling and bearing life
  • High performance sintered Neodymium rotor magnetized by Novak
  • Adjustable mechanical motor timing to fine-tune the motor’s feel and power band
  • Heavy-duty solder tabs
  • Constructed of high quality materials and proven design
  • Meets RoHS compliance and includes 120-Day Warranty

Novak Boss VTA Specs:

  • Motor Dimensions: 2.07″ x 1.41″ (52.6 x 35.8mm)
  • Motor Weight: 6.2 oz (175.8g)
  • Shaft Diameter: 0.125″
  • Kv: 1,550 RPM/volt
  • Watts: 82
  • Magnets: Sintered Neodymium
  • Availability: Late June
  • 3626V – Boss VTA Motor – $130
  • 3338 – Boss VTA With Edge ESC – $235

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3 Responses

  1. JT

    Now if only I could get the local track to make a VTA class. I always thought this would be a fun class but getting something new started is like pulling teeth.

  2. Sims

    Same here I have been trying to get a vta class started by me and nobody joins in so it keeps dying out. I think our regular touring class which also died out soured the racers on touring car racing as a whole. Thats what happens when nobody sets good rules for a class and lets it get out of hand.

  3. Static X

    VTA is alive and well in my area

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