I have four sets of 12s 5p LiPo kits to get rid of. I ordered a whole stack of these boards thinking my race bike was going to run off a lower voltage, but the hardware wouldn't allow it. So I have a stack of boards and copper left over.
These 12s 5p kits would give you a nominal ~44 V and a whopping 25 Ah capacity. The low voltage suits anyone running a slower wind for hill climbing or towing. At 25 Ah - what's sag?
You can buy one and a half kits for 18s too; probably a more useful voltage for reasonable speed. All of the copper is currently un-tinned, but it's not that hard to do yourself, you just need a flapper wheel on a drill to get it back to bare metal before tinning. If you are really desperate I can tin them for you.
I also have the 6s 5p bare boards for sale if you want to cut your own copper.
Also available is another 20s 3p kit with tinned copper.
This gives you a 10 kg pack with ~75 V nominal and 15 Ah. The perfect machine for moving fast
I also have three spare boards too if you're keen to cut your own copper.
Finally I have a stack of 7s 4p boards, perfect for 14s packs. Again, you can cut your own 18 mm wide strips of copper for a convenient 52 V, 20 Ah pack. I can cut and tin the copper for you if you like, I just haven't got around to it.
All two-board kits are going for $120. So a 12s 5p kit is $120
, a 20s 3p kit is $120
, and a 14s 4p kit is $120
. Individual boards with no copper is a much cheaper way to go - $10 each and they should fit in an air mail bag
. I just need to get rid of them, but the copper was quite an outlay so getting something back on them would be nice.
Don't forget all these boards come with plated through holes for soldering balance wires to, and are fully compatible with Method's LiPo protection kits.
Shipping to the USA is normally about $27 but I'll throw it in free cause I want to see these go to a good home. Shipping within Australia is also free.
Oh, and instructions for assembly and support are provided. IN fact I reckon AussieJester and I will put a video together for youse for a laugh
Followed by reverse donuts in a CRX