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arch2b
2012.10.06, 03:47 PM
more information is being posted to the Kyosho blog (http://ameblo.jp/kyoshoblog/theme-10030127556.html) showing the brushless PCB.

http://stat.ameba.jp/user_images/20121005/21/kyoshoblog/6d/6b/j/t02200165_0640048012221973882.jpg

FET capacity is about 150% compared with MR-03.

 このような基板を搭載しています。
 FET容量はMR-03比で約150パーセント。
 今後発売するかもしれない、超速いモーターにも対応する高容量です。

 ②アッパーカバー
  これは一体型になります。
  これまでの分割タイプでは、どうしても基板が収まりませんでした。
  VEの開発は、この基板の小型化が全てと言っても過言ではないほど、
  クリアすることが難しい課題でした。

 ③メインシャシー
  これも、基板が少し大きくなった為、
  基板が入る部分が少しだけ大きくなっています。
  お手持ちのシャシーも少し削れば、VE基板は入ります。

 ④サーボモーターホルダー
  これも基板が大きくなったことに対応して小型化されています。

seems like it's a little large in size as well. hopefully not to much so retrofits can still be done.

TheRinger
2012.10.06, 08:10 PM
Three rows of fets, sweet.

TheSteve
2012.10.06, 09:59 PM
Brushless requires 6 fets, a standard forward/reverse esc requires 4 so adding one more makes sense. I think its pretty safe to assume they have a second set in parallel on the bottom of the board.

byebye
2012.10.07, 03:16 AM
Just when I thought I was happy with what I had...

Looking forward to this new project.

Kris

herman
2012.10.07, 03:38 AM
off topic - nice to see you post byebye aka kris
hope all is well.

imxlr8ed
2012.10.07, 04:05 PM
Next big question, will fet upgrades be possible with a brushless speed controller?

Next bigger question, will anyone be needing a fet upgrade if they are already running a brushless?!?!

I have no doubt that someone in this community will be the first to do it! If I can rely on one thing on this site, its that there is always that one guy who needs to build the fastest little hotrod out there! :)

reaper
2012.10.07, 04:28 PM
fet upgrades / stacks are fully plausible on a brushless esc .. . . . will it be needed ? probably not :)
they still use P&N type fets but 3 rows one row per pole on the motor

imxlr8ed
2012.10.08, 12:31 AM
I've just always wondered how tuned those signals are to those motors. It would make sense that if the output is equal on all three poles, it should function normally (I'm guessing). Had a few 10th scale ESC fry up on me and always wanted to re-fet them, it seemed finding the parts to match the existing was the toughest part.

I wonder if anyone can make out the numbers on those fets?

I know if I ever do get one... for that price, I'd be scared to drive it, let alone fet it! And it does seem highly unlikely that someone would need more speed.

TheSteve
2012.10.08, 03:09 AM
Swapping the fets won't be a problem.(as long as you use good ones!)
A double stack should also be fine, more then that is just over kill and may just slow the response time of the fets switching on/off(a bad thing generally)

If they use the same fets the mr03 uses I'd just swap all 6 to something better.

pepeuch
2012.10.10, 08:05 AM
I Treq press whether markets since the time I work on my prototype!

:D