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arch2b
2016.04.27, 06:37 AM
as posted by Petrokl
https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-fD6PT5HTtY8/Vx8h4mM4-wI/AAAAAAAALKI/S-eFQVi-ZqILQyq0OMRjNvVl0FAMzoohwCCo/s640/IMG_2152.jpg
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Petrokl
2016.04.28, 01:47 AM
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arch2b
2016.04.28, 06:25 AM
an entirely new motor mount with adjustable axle height. i wonder if there will be compatibility pieces to fit 98mm? seems odd to make this 94mm alone given the dominant wheelbase is 98-102mm.

another important question, will this be optional upgrade part, a new inclusion in an upgraded chassis set or a new stock configuration?

bobbyz
2016.04.30, 05:52 PM
Here's a link to the Kyosho English page about this new chassis and motormount

https://www.kyosho.com/eng/products/rc/detail.html?product_id=111281

herman
2016.04.30, 06:31 PM
From the link bobbyz posted

"Pure racer with new MM2 motor case delivers huge increase in performance limits when cornering 16 times faster than the previous ASF 2.4GHz system + KT-18 transmitter combination and 4 times faster than the ASF 2.4GHz system + KO PROPO EX-1 combination, the ultrafast response of the MHS 2.4GHz system and the MR-03VE Pro chassis set is ideal for JSCC class racers in the MINI-Z Cup. With its performance defining midship motor mount, new MM2 motor case allows the longer (94mm) wheelbase to be used. The existing MM motor case design can be used with the LL (98mm), 3L (102mm) and 4L (106mm) wheelbases, but the new MM2 motor case can be used with L, LL and 3L wheelbases. Also, compared to the existing RM motor case, mass balance is optimized to improve cornering performance and minimize tipping due to high side on hybrid surfaces. These performance features provide a huge advantage in the JSCC class with the narrow body required by the regulations. In addition, axle adjustment spacers allow changes to the rear axle shaft height and together with the new plastic friction shock, precision setting according to road surface conditions are possible. The benefits of the MM2 motor case combine with the ultra-responsiveness of the MHS2.4GHz system in the advanced MR-03VE PRO chassis for psychokinetic-like response and a linear control feeling that realizes the ultimate goal of improved lap times."

herman
2016.04.30, 06:39 PM
Nice...

At a 94mm (L) wheel base setting it looks really tight... Still a feat to do considering that the old MM motor mount was at 98mm (LL)... Would've been a greater feat if kyosho came out with a MM 90(M) wheelbase motor mount...

Looks like it comes with an improved board as well...

arch2b
2016.04.30, 07:15 PM
to be clear, not a new chassis. it's the pro chassis with a new motor mount and damper kit, 94-106mm to boot, very nice! that should make a very nice upgrade to HFAY and more tuned stock style racing.

is it a limited edition release? 'upgrade' JSCC style release or new base/stock chassis?

lfisminiz
2016.04.30, 09:03 PM
It does look good.

byebye
2016.04.30, 10:03 PM
to be clear, not a new chassis. it's the pro chassis with a new motor mount and damper kit, 94-106mm to boot, very nice! that should make a very nice upgrade to HFAY and more tuned stock style racing.

is it a limited edition release? 'upgrade' JSCC style release or new base/stock chassis?

Oddly enough the guys up in PA just changed their stock class rules to include aftermarket disk dampers. I guess this is the answer for those that don't want to run the 102mm setup because of the disk damper.

Kris

KWT
2016.04.30, 11:45 PM
94mm is what they run in Japan for JSCC.

Petrokl
2016.05.04, 05:04 AM
2016 Shizuoka Show Catalog (http://saas3.startialab.com/acti_books/1045173943/26883/) Check out p. 18-19

arch2b
2016.05.04, 06:45 AM
ok, seems pretty clear it's just a version of the 'PRO' chassis released.

arch2b
2016.05.04, 06:50 AM
Oddly enough the guys up in PA just changed their stock class rules to include aftermarket disk dampers. I guess this is the answer for those that don't want to run the 102mm setup because of the disk damper.

Kris
that is similar to my line of thinking as well and goes to my line of questioning if it was a 'special' or 'upgrade' chassis set vs. a new stock part. if the latter, no reason it cannot be employed on sports/ASF and remain stock.

byebye
2016.05.05, 08:55 PM
that is similar to my line of thinking as well and goes to my line of questioning if it was a 'special' or 'upgrade' chassis set vs. a new stock part. if the latter, no reason it cannot be employed on sports/ASF and remain stock.

Cool! I'd probably go back to a 98mm then.

Petrokl
2016.05.12, 09:59 AM
From Shizuoka 2016:
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https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-SWAjYj5D_74/VzSPFq5fXbI/AAAAAAAALNk/9zHq8_ZNikUC3i5a8kgM8VDSbqAdw2yMwCCo/s640/IMG_2369.jpg
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Petrokl
2016.05.12, 10:02 AM
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arch2b
2016.05.13, 07:26 AM
always nice to see KYO put out multi offset wheelsets that are somewhat stylish and bonus, they are in white this time.

disappointing we still are not seeing brushless buggy.

KWT
2016.05.14, 03:32 PM
Brushless buggy is out, at least in Japan. One is on ebay right now.

xmodcanuck
2016.05.14, 09:56 PM
disappointing we still are not seeing brushless buggy.

Brushless buggy is out, at least in Japan. One is on ebay right now.

Hasn't the brushless buggy been available since last year?

gctkaz
2016.05.15, 01:35 AM
https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-_oXZxoYGanM/VzSPF7_RRrI/AAAAAAAALNk/A62xUfOMX68gW0OyMInC_yPfUt-ZsbQ4gCCo/s640/IMG_2377.jpg
I've never seen that motor pod before. If that is a Toyota 86/Subaru BRZ, I thought it should be a 94mm RM. Is this an official Kyosho part?

edit: duuuhhhhh it was already explained on page 1.. I'm late, and lazy!

arch2b
2016.08.26, 07:20 AM
anyone see news on when the MM2 motor mount kit is to be released?

lfisminiz
2016.08.26, 04:45 PM
anyone see news on when the MM2 motor mount kit is to be released?

Should be any week now. Saw it out overseas.

TeeSquared
2016.08.28, 01:27 PM
I have some on the way :) I'll report what I find when I get them!

Old Crow
2016.08.29, 06:58 PM
Kyosho America has had them for two weeks now.

TeeSquared
2016.08.31, 12:17 PM
MM2 motor pod(s) arrived today :) I'll get one installed when I get home and take pictures and give a report on how it drives. Stand by!

TeeSquared
2016.09.01, 01:38 AM
Well no pictures yet but some first impressions for you guys and gals:

The motor pod and shock when installed is VERY tall. I installed it on my 98 mm 70T car which I run a McLaren F1 body on, and much to my disappointment it definitely was not going to fit :( The shock interferes with the body so much that it's difficult to put the body on, and the motor pod has absolutely zero movement when it is. Bummer. I don't know how Kyosho thinks this is going to work on any racing bodies as a majority of them will be too low. To be sure, I shortened the wheelbase to 94 mm and grabbed a 2007 NSX body (the wide one) on my bench and installed that only to find that it too interfered with the body and effectively locked the motor pod in place, so there is zero rear suspension. Whats the deal Kyosho :confused:

Thankfully, it actually works pretty well without the shock! The damper plate then becomes super low profile, kind of a MML configuration. My McLaren F1 body easily fit over this configuration so I did a handful of laps on my track to compare lap times. I'll post more detailed results tomorrow, but I set the fastest lap of the night with the MM2 pod and no rear shock, but average lap times were about 0.1-0.2 seconds slower than the traditional 98mm mid motor pod and Kyosho damper/shock.

In the 94 mm or 102 mm configuration, there will be no interference between the screws that hold the damper plate bracket to the chassis and the screws that secure the damper plate to the bracket. In the 98 mm configuration, the screws simply will not fit unless you sand down the damper plate a bit. VERY surprised to find myself using a file to get stock Kyosho parts to fit. I can't think of any other time I've ever had to do this... a little disappointing really.

Contrary to what Kyosho says, brushed motors WILL fit if you again cut the motor pod a little bit. I was bummed I had to cut/file the MM2 pod/damper combo in two different places to get it to fit/work for me, but I really can't fault Kyosho for that because they did explicitly state it was not compatible with brushed motors. I just said "hogwash!" and boldly ordered them anyways. Glad I was (mostly) correct :rolleyes:. It will run a little warm though as the case swallows the motor much more than then old pod does.

On the track, it feels very similar to the old 98 mm pod and the drive is just about the same. I would say the MM2 pod feels a little looser and the rear end moves around a little more but the difference is subtle. Overall I was very pleased with how it drove on the track but I doubt it would handle so pleasant with a much more powerful motor, unless you were able to use a body that could accommodate the shock.

Overall...it's a mixed bag and requires further investigation. My next plan is to use one on my old, brushed JSCC chassis which currently runs RM and a Toyota GT86 body. The GT86 is quite tall and the inside of the body is cavernous so I suspect there will be no damper/shock interference with that body.

I'll share pictures and more driving notes in the next few days, perhaps over the long weekend :)

lfisminiz
2016.09.01, 05:01 AM
Thanks for the details on this.:)

arch2b
2016.09.01, 07:13 AM
thanks as well, look forward to the pictures. my hope is that this motor mount configuration will bring in more diversity to stock class racing as it provides a disk damper similar to LM which currently dominates stock class. for that to happen, it has to provide improved performance over the stock damper.

TeeSquared
2016.09.06, 01:00 AM
Hi everyone

Sorry for the late reply.

I've messed around with this setup a little more over the long weekend and am moderately satisfied with it at this point. I changed the chassis from 98 mm to 94 mm and switched the McLaren F1 for a 2K7 NSX body. Additionally, I switched to a heavier grease for the damper plate and a stiffer T-plate. Now my little stock car was starting to feel really good on my home track... To be sure, the 98 mm car with Kyosho damper and shock is a smoother car that is easier to drive, but my 94 mm setup, even now, is already quicker. It needs some fine tuning to get it really dialed in as good as the 98 mm setup was working, but I am absolutely sure this car is quicker.

For the time being, because it wasn't as much of a landslide as I thought it would be, I'm not going to convert my JSCC car from RM to MM at this time. I do have an extra motor pod that I may use to build another JSCC chassis though.

Hopefully Kyosho eventually comes out with some tuning parts for the MM2 pod like a low profile carbon damper plate/shock.

I do have to say I really really like the adjustable axial height addition to the MM2 pod. If only this was available on the 98 mm pod too!

I don't have any lap times for the 94 mm configuration (yet), but this should give you an idea of what changing the standard 98 mm pod for the MM2 pod in 98 configuration makes. I did a 10 lap sprint with each configuration after I'd ran around the track for 5-10 minutes to get the car warmed up:

Lap Thomas US spec 2 MR-03 (98 mm MM2 pod)
1 6.32
2 5.28
3 5.2
4 6.51
5 5.79
6 4.97
7 5.02
8 4.74
9 4.97
10 6.87

Lap Thomas US spec 2 MR-03 (98 mm standard motor pod)
1 6.49
2 5.17
3 5.31
4 5.1
5 4.99
6 4.8
7 4.89
8 4.84
9 5.95
10 5.06

The MM2 car didn't have a few really slow laps, that was the driver not totally used to the new setup and making lots of mistakes :rolleyes:

Overall I am optimistic about what this new pod brings to the table for Mini-Z. The diehard go-fast crowd will probably not be very satisfied or interested but it's a great addition to the mix for stock racing. Maybe it will generate some more interest for the JSCC class :)

Now, what you've all been waiting for:

98 mm stock car - before

http://i98.photobucket.com/albums/l264/Tomtomthesquish/IMG_20160831_183557609.jpg (http://s98.photobucket.com/user/Tomtomthesquish/media/IMG_20160831_183557609.jpg.html)

98 mm stock car -after (MM2 pod)

http://i98.photobucket.com/albums/l264/Tomtomthesquish/IMG_20160831_203256540.jpg (http://s98.photobucket.com/user/Tomtomthesquish/media/IMG_20160831_203256540.jpg.html)

This picture very clearly illustrates the problem with the damper bracket screws not clearing the damper plate when used in 98 mm configuration

http://i98.photobucket.com/albums/l264/Tomtomthesquish/IMG_20160831_203645345_HDR.jpg (http://s98.photobucket.com/user/Tomtomthesquish/media/IMG_20160831_203645345_HDR.jpg.html)

From above, showing the same problem

http://i98.photobucket.com/albums/l264/Tomtomthesquish/IMG_20160831_203709458_HDR.jpg (http://s98.photobucket.com/user/Tomtomthesquish/media/IMG_20160831_203709458_HDR.jpg.html)

This was after I sanded down the damper plate to fit, and removed the shock. This is how the car was set up when I took the lap times below.

http://i98.photobucket.com/albums/l264/Tomtomthesquish/IMG_20160903_202108298.jpg (http://s98.photobucket.com/user/Tomtomthesquish/media/IMG_20160903_202108298.jpg.html)

The car in its current 94 mm configuration, which works really well:

http://i98.photobucket.com/albums/l264/Tomtomthesquish/IMG_20160903_202733670.jpg (http://s98.photobucket.com/user/Tomtomthesquish/media/IMG_20160903_202733670.jpg.html)

Yeah baby! Looks mean!

http://i98.photobucket.com/albums/l264/Tomtomthesquish/IMG_20160905_224831336.jpg (http://s98.photobucket.com/user/Tomtomthesquish/media/IMG_20160905_224831336.jpg.html)

herman
2016.09.07, 01:54 AM
thanks for the review... :)
that does look a bit high with the top shock...
did taking out the top shock make any difference on laptimes / handling?

TeeSquared
2016.09.07, 03:03 PM
The biggest difference it made was that the rear end tends to chatter a lot more now, especially under power in a turn. Lap times are very good in the 94 mm configuration but the car does not handle as well at it did in the old, 98 mm setup with the disk damper and shock.

arch2b
2016.09.17, 11:59 AM
As usual, checking the JPN site shows some interesting stuff coming down the road. I don't recall seeing any previous reports on this chassis st but it looks very nicely equipped 8)

MR-03VE PRO GP Limited Chassis Set
No.32880
Release Date December 2016

http://www.kyosho.com/common/image.php?id=142416

Minute best ever spec Xspeed VE PRO brushless motor given
produce a different dimension of performance that does not live up to the naming of the "GP"
16 times for a combination of a conventional ASF2.4GHz system + KT-18 transmitter, adopted MHS2.4GHz system which boasts an ultra-high response of four times the combination of ASF2.4GHz system + KO PROPO made EX-1 transmitter as the third installment of the MR-03VE PRO series, it appeared "GP Limited". The maximum of the topics of this machine can be found in the adoption of Xspeed VE PRO brushless motor to be a new development. Xspeed VE PRO brushless motor eye-catching when aluminum case is a person that was an integral heat sink indispensable for cooling high-spec is given that the KV value 12000, realizing the high-speed travel that does not look at the Minute history class. In addition, the traveling, such as ball def set that enables low center of gravity and greater heat dissipation promotion contribute to MML aluminum motor mount, MML roll damper that more can be brought close to the setting of their liking by adjusting width is spread, the cornering no stall standard equipment optional parts to enhance performance. Moreover, these optional parts, both are only color anodized, which was adopted in the decorated GP Limited, a special sense of perfect score! In the past to being able to experience the different dimension of driving it did not have to taste, of course, that there is no doubt to be one that will be filled to the possessiveness.
Xspeed VE PRO brushless motor (KV12000) MR-03 chassis set that was first adopted in the new development.
Standard equipment MML aluminum motor mount and MML roll damper employing a hard anodized aluminum.
Always motor terminal and battery terminal gold-plated specification boasts a good power supply efficiency.
Boasting a Minute fastest response adopted "MHS2.4GHz system".
ICS system is available manager for traditional VE is.
Full bearing, ball differential (black anodized).
MR-03 chassis-related optional parts can be installed.
Ingenious front suspension to change the camber in accordance with the stroke "VCS".
ASF2.4GHz also corresponds to the system. ※ transmitter are sold separately.
Equipped with a digital steering servo coreless motor adoption.
Easy coil spring replacement of the front suspension is a spring stopper that can be desorbed with two screws.


<Kit contents>
Team ORION Xspeed VE PRO brushless motor equipped with MR-03W-MML factory assembled chassis
Pinion gear (6T, 7T, 8T, 9T)
Wheel wrench
Pinion disassembly tool
Spare wheel nut

<Required for operation>
ASF2.4GHz transmitter KT-18 or MHS2.4GHz transmitter EX-6
※ To use the Mini-Z HYBRID SPREAD SYSTEM (MHS) is a must have the corresponding transmitter.
Auto Scale Collection (body set, wheel, tire)
Traveling for AAA four alkaline or nickel-metal hydride battery
AAA batteries 4 for transmitter

lfisminiz
2016.09.17, 07:45 PM
Does look pretty good.:)

TeeSquared
2016.09.29, 12:37 PM
Sexy! I plan to buy one :)

Nsxtat
2016.09.29, 09:47 PM
I wonder if you can run a 94mm body with that setup.

TeeSquared
2016.09.30, 02:44 AM
Thinking about it a little more though, 12K KV is crazy and will probably be quite a handful on small-medium club RCP layouts. I'll bet many of us will find ourselves turning the throttle way down to improve the driveability, but Kyosho has surprised me in the past with how well limited edition cars are dialed out of the box so who knows :) Sure looks cool though:

https://www.kyosho.com/common/image.php?id=142408

TheSteve
2016.10.01, 04:03 PM
I want one - but a special color chassis should have been part of the kit.

arch2b
2016.10.03, 12:28 PM
Thinking about it a little more though, 12K KV is crazy and will probably be quite a handful on small-medium club RCP layouts. I'll bet many of us will find ourselves turning the throttle way down to improve the driveability, but Kyosho has surprised me in the past with how well limited edition cars are dialed out of the box so who knows :) Sure looks cool though:

https://www.kyosho.com/common/image.php?id=142408

no drilled motor can... this is perhaps the biggest disappointment of them all with kyosho motors. They fancy themselves a 'premiere' brand thus closed system it seems. :( it really is to their detriment. :rolleyes:

TeeSquared
2016.11.20, 08:32 PM
https://www.kyosho.com/eng/products/rc/detail.html?product_id=111608

https://www.kyosho.com/common/image.php?id=142418

MA-020 VE SP. Been a while since we've seen an SP AWD chassis :) It's too bad it doesn't come in a special color though.

TheSteve
2016.11.20, 09:16 PM
Should have been done in all red.

arch2b
2016.11.21, 06:31 AM
i agree. it would have made it more special or unique if in a new color vs. just a hopped up version.

also, why not include the same VE pro motor the MR-03 limited chassis gets?

Evil_Sephiroth
2016.11.21, 06:51 AM
I have the MA-020VE PRO.

Atm it's very fun to drive...and except the included gyro..not really much difference with this SP.

https://s12.postimg.org/3n9oje6hp/DSC_0086.jpg

TeeSquared
2016.11.21, 01:23 PM
also, why not include the same VE pro motor the MR-03 limited chassis gets?

Heat, and probably because the stock drivetrain could never handle it. The diffs will shred, the pinions will melt onto the motor shaft, and the driveshafts will twist into pretzels. I'd think at minimum you'd need either the hard gear diffs or ball diffs and the alloy driveshafts to handle that kind of horsepower, but it would be friggin epic and probably extremely competitive when set up properly. The MA-020 is a very fast car and is more competitive than 2WD on technical tracks IMO.

Wonder why they don't just include the buggy hardened diffs on the VE AWD chassis by default, and the alloy driveshafts on the SP cars as another added bonus. I guess its all to keep the price down but Kyosho has slacked off on content on their special edition cars and it's lame. Even their latest special color chassis (the blue JSCC chassis) only came with a ball diff and bearings. Back in the day, you'd get the diff and bearings but also kingpins, shims, springs, oil shock, t plates, damper plate and wheel nuts. The cars were dialed out of the box!

arch2b
2016.11.21, 01:49 PM
description
Loaded with the dynamic combination of MHS (MINI-Z Hybrid Spread Spectrum) and Xspeed VE brushless motor, the MA-020VE PRO released in November 2015 relaunches as an SP chassis set including the previously optional motor cooling system to be the fastest MINI-Z in history. Loaded with the same lightning fast 8500KV Xspeed VE brushless motor power source as the MA-020VE PRO, the SP Chassis Set is also equipped with an aluminum motor sleeve and motor cover to control heat and extract every drop of power from the brushless motor. The motor sleeve and motor cover are anodized in the premium "SP" color, while the normally grey main chassis is anodized in intimidating black. Also, in what has become a must-have racing item, the SP chassis set includes a gyro unit set as standard. Packed with high-performance optional parts, the MA-020VE PRO SP Chassis Set is a base chassis built ready for racing battle. As with the MA-020VE PRO, the SP Chassis Set is compatible with existing ASF2.4GHz systems. As transmitter setting is automatically done when pairing, KT-18 and KO PROPO EX-1 transmitters can also be used.

noted to include:
MA-020VE PRO features brushless motor with previously optional cooling system.
SP chassis specifications are identifiable with the special red anodized motor sleeve and hard anodized motor cover.
Main chassis is finished in formidable black.
Includes optional gyro unit set as standard.
Nickel plated hex screws are used on all main sections.
Features the MHS2.4GHz system with the fastest response speed in MINI-Z history.
Compatible with ASF2.4GHz systems. *Transmitter is sold separately.
Incorporates the "VCS" front suspension from the MR-03.
Double wishbone suspension (DWS) equipped on rear.
Full ball bearing specifications include a total of 14 precision ball bearings.
Equipped with wide rear suspension arms.

no mention of a differential upgrade :(

TeeSquared
2016.11.21, 04:58 PM
description
no mention of a differential upgrade :(

It might be okay with the 8500 KV brushless if you don't hit the wall too often, but I suspect this car will be a little fragile until the diffs and driveshafts are upgraded.