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marc
2006.06.12, 12:34 PM
I can't wait for the 02M to come! It's circuitboard will be perfect for my 1/32 scale RC car project. The cool feature about the 02M, is it has a standard 3-pin connector for the steering servo. This allows you to customize it with any micro servo you want. It's also good for us 1/32 scale folks who don't know how to modify the Mini-Z board to use with a regular servo! LOL! Like me! The 02M will be a perfect plug and play board!

neweraz84
2006.06.12, 04:20 PM
I hope their electronics performs just as good as they look

Cheezman
2006.06.16, 10:34 AM
I hope their electronics performs just as good as they look

I wouldn't put money on that. :D

But, the new board does look good, wonder how it will be priced compared to the other ones.

DogbreathRacing
2006.06.27, 03:10 AM
regardless of how the electronics work, they are still packaged in a junk chassis, will that make the electronics worth the price of the ready set....not for me :(

marc
2006.06.27, 01:01 PM
I don't know about you all, but when the 02M comes out, I'm definetly getting two. I like the chassis, and I need the electronics for a 1/32 scale project. The fact that you can simply plug in a micro servo is awesome. Most people with the 1/32 scale CRT, had to custom wire a servo into the Mini-Z board. I don' know how to do that. So the Iwaver's plug in play system is great.

cdog4w
2006.06.28, 03:58 PM
Will it be a standard FM? Ie. can I just get a replacement board (which should hopefully be available) and use my existing FM tx? Will it be positive or negative shift?

GiXXer
2006.07.01, 12:33 PM
I wouldn't put money on that. :D

But, the new board does look good, wonder how it will be priced compared to the other ones.
Tower hobbies already has the 02m pcb listed on their site for $27.99 (stock# LXNAX4). At that price it's worth a try.

Cheezman
2006.07.02, 07:12 PM
Tower hobbies already has the 02m pcb listed on their site for $27.99 (stock# LXNAX4). At that price it's worth a try.

I noticed that myself after helping a friend look for an Iwaver board for his Xmod (long story)... It doesn't look half bad, but then again, haven't seen a solid review for it.

will3kgt
2006.07.02, 07:23 PM
I'm going to wait and see. I like to try that board on my Pro-Z chassie.

olly986
2006.08.14, 07:02 PM
well guys any news? very interested to get a board with plug in 3 pins too

TinRacers
2006.10.31, 10:44 AM
I'm going to wait and see. I like to try that board on my Pro-Z chassie.
Guys... anybody know how to contact the guys at Pro-z other than the single active e-mail address listed on their website. They're not responding to my order of 10 x full kits. (I'm a dealer out in South-Africa.) Hope someone can help.

Getter Robo
2006.10.31, 02:45 PM
Guess i'll wait for this instead of bying an easyRC board. Has it the same form of a normal MZ board?

marc
2006.10.31, 03:12 PM
Does anybody have any information on the new Iwaver 02M? I thought it would be out by now but heard nothing about it. I'm still anxiously waiting for their new Iwaver bodies including the white Mini Cooper S body. I want that for my Mini-Z. Also, their simple plug'n'play micro servo will be great for other projects.
Anybody has any info please let us know.

machine
2006.11.01, 12:06 PM
IW02m info -> http://www.minizracer.com/forums/showthread.php?p=242072#post242072

still waiting.

marc
2006.11.01, 03:23 PM
Thanks machine for the update. I'm sure they'll get it strightend out soon enough. Glad to see their working on it before putting it out on the market. Smart of theme.