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2010.10.25, 07:13 PM
What 2.4ghz board drops right in for a conversion on the overland?
with ease (overland frontends:mad:)
have 2 OL's and would like to convert them.

Thanks in advance for your Help

2010.10.25, 07:51 PM
I dont think that any of them will have a long enough servo wire for the OL. And I dont remember if you would have to switch any of the servo wires when going to the OL servo... its been a while since I worked on an OL or MZM.

I think that Kyosho may offer an OL version soon, but I think that the ASF OL isnt available here yet, so it may take time for the boards to become available here... if they even become available.

2010.10.25, 08:23 PM
There is a 2.4ghz OL out. I had my monster and OL converted using the 03 board. Since the servo had to be swapped, so went the servo wires which has to be longer. If you can soilder you can convert it.

2010.10.25, 08:28 PM
I know its out, but is it available stateside? I havent seen the board anywhere, even Japan.

Mrs Mini-Z
2010.10.28, 06:43 AM
I know its out, but is it available stateside? I havent seen the board anywhere, even Japan.

We have the Kyosho Mini-Z Overland MV-01 RC Chassis Set (2.4GHz ASF) (http://shop.tinyrc.com/product.php?productid=20798) in stock in the shop. :cool:

Also, I don't know if this will be helpful or not, but we also have had the brand new Kyosho Mini-Z Monster RC Unit RA-18M 2.4GHz ASF/ICS PCB (http://shop.tinyrc.com/product.php?productid=20886&cat=0&page=1). It's new and we just got one which already sold. If any of you guys are interested, we can stock more. Just email me at shophelp@tinyrc.com or post here. :)

2010.10.30, 10:18 AM
Thanks Mrs Mini z for the helpful post :)..... after checking the pic of the board, looks like the steering servo motor has a plug mounted on it....
most likley will not fit AM O/L with out heavy modding to servo case OR ??

can the servo motor be swapped to the AM servo mtr , for ease of fittment
within the servo case????

2010.10.30, 10:24 AM
It's not a plug on the steering servo, its the on/off switch.

2010.10.30, 10:29 AM
:D:D:D:D:D sorry my eyes were a little glazey ....... Good news