torqueboards wrote:Awesome build beto. We have almost half of the batch done and ready to go. I'll go ahead and send you a PM and get that shipped out to you ASAP. I like those enclosures are they easy to come off?
Got your PM tanks man.
Confirming my order for 2 wiiceivers+ 2 nykos.. Order up everyone or I'm gonna grab them all LOL
The enclosures dont come off easily.. Not that they cannot be taken off.. but not something you want to do on a daily basis. This of course could be changed if one wanted by using butterfly screws (that is what they are called here) or welding a hinge to one of the sides... Im sure you are asking so you can swap batts...
psychotiller wrote:Love it! I may try an onboard 6s charger soon. You're builds are definitely inspiring me.
The charger option is still going strong...no problems so far.. foolproof and charges/balances perfect every time...
what is the verdict on 4s vs 6s.... can you 'feel' the difference
simplistic functional Eboard creation.. wow nice description
... yes in my experience making machinesn the less parts that can break down the better the machine works long term. Not a good argument for winning F1 races, but and awesome strategy for stuff you want to work every time.. So single motor, single mount, single cables, single box, single plug, simple on off xt60.. simple automatic voltage alarm..
4s is OK for a baseline board.. 25kph max.. for someone who weighs around 150 lbs and if you like me weigh 200 lbs then it shouls be set for 20 kph max... I dont think this board will handle anything much steeper or much longer than a highway overpass with me on it...should be OK for a 150 lb person though..
The benefits are the tiny esc footprint, and the availability of thin 4s batteries.. also cost as the esc price at $37 bucks, ntm 5060 motor for $42, and a 5000 mah 4s at $24.00, and the charger/powersuply is under $15, with a quanum remote under $20... at it wont break the bank and the lowish speed making it a great youth/adult commuter board.. where you dont want your kid/or the user killing himself..
http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/stor ... ouse_.html
As a personal note the battery pack is the cheapest and not the one I used as it is quite thick..
So yes .. you FEEL the difference, but depending on the use you might not miss it..