Novak "The Dig" Electronic Dig for Dual Motor Crawlers NVK5450
NVK5450 Novak The Dig Electronic Dig for Dual Motor Crawlers

Novak "The Dig" Electronic Dig for Dual Motor Crawlers NVK5450

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Novak's one-of-a-kind and easy-to-use unit allows crawlers to independently control the front, rear or both speed controls in dual-system rigs. Powering only the front or rear on a rock-crawler vehicle - commonly referred to as a "dig"- allows for tighter turns, precise maneuverability through tricky terrain, and more control on steep inclines and downhill descents, reducing the amount of reverses needed to clear obstacles.

Unlike mechanical dig systems, The Dig does not require any vehicle modifications to install or operate. Simply plug it into any three-channel surface receiver, and you're ready to dig! And without any moving parts, the electronic Dig is exceptionally durable and can withstand all rocky landscapes.
Plugged into a crawler vehicle's receiver, The Dig is compatible with any Super Crawler dual-system rig, such as EnRoute's Berg, Integy's Super and Unlimited Class of crawlers, and Clod Buster-based vehicles. Two different-colored LED indicator lights - located at the ends of six-inch harnesses for easy and countless installation possibilities - visibly display when a speed control is locked and ready to dig. The Dig is easily programmed into most three-channel transmitters, such as the Spektrum DX3R DSM2 3CH Surface Radio, Airtronics' M8 and M11 R/C Radios, and a Traxxas (TQ-3) Transmitter.
Alternatively, The Dig is compatible with crawler rigs with independently controlled steering for effortless navigation.

NOVAK'S THE DIG Features

Independently power the front or rear speed control in a dual-system crawler vehicle

The Dig is small and lightweight, helping to retain a balanced vehicle

One-Touch Set-Up for quick, easy transmitter setup

Universal JST Input Plug for Ch.2 and Ch. 3, which fits all popular brand receivers

Designed and assembled by Novak in Irvine, Calif., using globally-sourced components

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