Silenthunter wrote:I would like to see a 5 min video with the dual set up in action. Full speed at 6S bombing some hills, breaking, start up....etc.
Hummina Shadeeba wrote: by Hummina Shadeeba » Sat Jan 03, 2015 12:10 pm
liveforphysics wrote:If designed right, I've got no doubts they can deliver all the torque needed for hills and things. Justin's hubmotor skateboard climbed the very long steep hill I live on like it was nothing.
Hubmotors seem like the sensible path for skateboard drive IMHO.
whilechukwuzout wrote:Interesting project. First- my hats of to Jacobbloy for taking the first solid step into developing this concept into a product. Mark me down for 2 for sure.
Have you done any shock and vibration testing?
vedder wrote:Too bad that I missed this thread. I would also have been interested in two hub motors, possibly trade them for two of my custom ESCs.
Silenthunter wrote:How come there is so much talk and not even a video posted after all this time?
torqueboards wrote:Great work Jacob! Can't wait to give them a try. The Hobbywing ESC and the HK ESC are both pretty loud compared to other ESCs.
Trade Ben Vedder for (2) ESCs
Carbon fiber caps look great too.
Are we still on schedule for the 6th of Feb? I might just have to get a quad motor setup lol.
jacobbloy wrote:Hi guys I had a bit of time so iv uploaded a video to YouTube.
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