PDA

View Full Version : Soldering question for 2.4ghz FETs


SaiTam
2009.01.13, 12:14 AM
Can I solder the legs of the FETs facing the rear of the board together for the ASF board? The AM/AD board was no problem I just want to confirm.

atallfunguy
2009.01.13, 12:40 AM
YES you can solder all the fets along the rear of the board together>>>

I think I read about your club possibly going to the PN 70T.

FYI... A single stack will run faster on the PN70t than a double stack

When I say single I mean 4 chips.. 2 on top and 2 on bottom.

When I say double 4 on top 4 on bottom..

Skv012a
2009.01.13, 03:07 AM
Since we're on this topic, what is the rough range of mod motors a stock 2.4 board can handle?

tongho
2009.01.17, 09:00 AM
Since we're on this topic, what is the rough range of mod motors a stock 2.4 board can handle?

The most powerful i tested with 2.4 board without stacking any FET is Atomic stock R :o

ub0211042
2009.01.18, 09:53 AM
i ran stock 2.4 pcb with Atomic Stock-R before on AWD, the only problem i faced was the board will shut down once a while and after mild to hard impact to the RCP track.

after fetting, no more shutting down.

joey
2009.01.18, 01:46 PM
Since we're on this topic, what is the rough range of mod motors a stock 2.4 board can handle?

at our track we run stock R's and chili's on stock 2.4 boards with no problems.

color01
2009.01.18, 02:20 PM
I've been running a 31t spiral handwound in my ASF, but the initial punch is a bit softened from what it *would* be like with a 2x2 stack of 4562's or 8858's. Great for Mod 2WD, I'd say.

tongho
2009.01.20, 01:07 PM
at our track we run stock R's and chili's on stock 2.4 boards with no problems.


are you sure you guys run in Atomic Chili???????

fraga
2011.02.21, 10:58 PM
FYI... A single stack will run faster on the PN70t than a double stack

When I say single I mean 4 chips.. 2 on top and 2 on bottom.

When I say double 4 on top 4 on bottom..

Has everyone here have the same experience? I feel that my 70t feels slower with my single stack (4 FET) 2.4 board than it did with a triple stack (6 FET) AM board. Should I not add another stack to my 2.4 board then?