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Postby 777arc » Wed Apr 01, 2015 6:33 pm

I thought this was an april fools joke when I read the original post, between the crazy performance and no pic showing the hub motor. Looks like you have a very special board, I hope you share as much as possible so others can duplicate the method.

People have been saying the VESC runs very cool even without a heatsink and fan, so at low voltage high current you could probably just slap a huge heatsink to the FETs, and make sure the heatsinks get nice air flow. No need to modify the VESC.
Edited by 777arc on Wed Apr 01, 2015 6:40 pm.
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Original post: Re: Fast electric longboard – Dual hub motor

Postby 777arc » Wed Apr 01, 2015 6:33 pm

I thought this was an april fools joke when I read the original post, between the crazy performance and no pic showing the hub motor. Looks like you have a very special board, I hope you share as much as possible so others can duplicate the method.
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