Mini electric MountainBoard project

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Mini electric MountainBoard project

Post by Guy H » Nov 07, 2012 10:54 am

new toy to use in college, I need to make it light ,cheap, small range and very compact..

Deck- kids mountainboard from MBS
trucks-MBS ATS
Wheels-MBS 8" for road
Motor-C6364 230KV
Esc- TG 150A
Battery- 4S 5A
Controller - Wii nunchuk


I closed all holes in the deck with wood, after smoothing with epoxy I put fiberglass above and below
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The bottom painted white , on the top glued grip tape EBAY
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aluminum motor mount use to be on MBS carveboard in the past.. worked great!
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Re: Mini electric MountainBoard project

Post by Guy H » Nov 13, 2012 4:53 pm

After my friend from fmtv.us made me the rc nunchuk we tested it today and it's much better !
no more big 3Ch radio

he program it so ths switch in the front will stop the motor when you click it but the brack still active
and when you double click it the motor will work again

here is some video from today , i'm still waiting for the 120A controller and the 4S lipo so in the video its on 6S and 150A esc

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0uih0SdYymI&feature=plcp

soon i will upload the pictures of the electonics

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Re: Mini electric MountainBoard project

Post by sk8norcal » Nov 14, 2012 4:21 am

looks good,

hey, what happen to your goped gtr project?

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Re: Mini electric MountainBoard project

Post by Guy H » Nov 15, 2012 3:06 pm

Thanks
Soon I hope to start new theard with the GTR
I got almost everything and start working on the CF molds ...


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Re: Mini electric MountainBoard project

Post by Guy H » Mar 22, 2013 11:34 am

Hi
the nunchuk made by my friend from israel, I still prefer the HK 3 ch remote



After the winter and 300 km total I decided to make a few changes.
Added LED lighting and painted all in black .

the motor never have been heated so i can say it's great and cheap set-up .
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Re: Mini electric MountainBoard project

Post by Laureloke » Sep 23, 2013 2:43 am

Hello.
Can you tell me how did you instal sprocket on motor?
On my motor I have presset sprocket on shaft, but after that i cann't pull off it.

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Re: Mini electric MountainBoard project

Post by torqueboards » Sep 24, 2013 12:59 am

Nice mount. How does that thing stay on?
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Re: Mini electric MountainBoard project

Post by MTboy » Sep 29, 2013 6:12 pm

I'm also interested in how you did your sprockets, I'm looking at my first build and looking for ideas.. :)
What gearing did you go with and what terrain do you run on? Great build by the way.. :P

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