beetbocks wrote:I'm currently looking at around £180 just cost price..so to be viable sale price would need to be around £250...its simply because I'm getting them produced in low numbers...
The next issue would be shipping cost. .would be around £40 -50 to USA or Australia. .
Europe would be around £25-30
beetbocks wrote:yeah that would include a motor mount- maybe the chain wheel and a sprocket- (i'm currently trying to source a cheaper supplier for this)..gear ratio changes significantly depending what set up you intend to use..with regards wheel size/motor KV and battery voltage.
you would need a wheel adaptor of whch i have 2x designs (MGP dirt scooter wheel or rockstar pro wheels) ..they would extra or you can adapt your own somehow..
the smaller frame is no cheaper really..material are practically the same (maybe £5-10 difference) and the welding takes as long..so same price
the large scoot is designed to fit a 6374 motor and pulley..its 115mm wide,
cdn wrote:Been following your build. Your new ESC seems identical to TorqueBoards. Awesome ESC. I've used them on all my builds. I've also done what you've done, mounted a cooling fan on top of the heat sink. I found that the ESC could run as hot as 140* on 90 degree plus days. Adding the cooling fan drops the temp to ~120. One thing I did find by trial and error with the fan was the fan blade would break from the center area. After loosing 3 fans, I decided to try placing a dab of epoxy to the center area of the fan. Problem solved. It may not be a problem for you since the fan is sitting upright.
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