beto_pty wrote:I suggest you go with a simple setup.. get rolling.. and then you will be able to decide what you want your final board to be like.. or you will decide that you need 4 final boards each with its own personality.. twin motor boards with double escs and twin gearing setups with double batteries might be a little over the top for a first build with a limited source like rc bazar.. anyways you can always add to your board.
Make a board, ride it, love it..make more.. No use buying thousands of dolars worth of stuff to fins that you need something different or it does not work as you expected it to.
6s 5000mah allow for about 9-12 kms of spirited/uphil riding or 12-14kms of cruising at my weight.. add maybe an aditional 20% range for your weight..
The change is cosmetic...You will make 2 sets of 3x11.1 lipos in paralel, then connect those 2 sets in series.. getting a similar mah capacity and identical voltage as your 22.2 setup, but in a much thinner (albeit wider) package. If you have no idea what I just said or it complicates matters too much... go for the 22.2v brick
Again where are you getting your gears and belts? and your final tire size (8 or 10) need to know both of these before i can suggest a ratio..
How are you making your motormount? welded or bolted? Buying it or DIY? there is still quite a bit you need to think about before you start buying stuff.
torqueboards wrote:Beto seems to have done fine on flat ground on 4S. Typically, I recommend 6S. It's the cheapest and it does it's job. If you want more fun 8S, 10S is ideal. 6S is a 22.2V pack. Running at 11 watts won't get you much power.
Higher capacity allows you more riding distance. It's close to about 1ah/mile. You can get a little more than that though.
You can choose to swap packs and/or have a 10ah/10,000mah setup on your board.
tung256 wrote:did anyone follow the instruction and made a youtube vid of the entire process?
i have no experience with DIY so im scared to try it. if all the materials cost $400, why are most eskateboards well over $1000???
to be honest, i might just get the yuneec e-go for $700. is that any good?
tung256 wrote:so if the Yuneec is not a good reliable board, what would you suggest?
which companies make a good board to cost ratio?
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