Trampa HolyPro, E-Toxx, Enertion R-Spec, Hobbywing MAX6, 8S

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Post by nowind » Apr 16 2016 12:38pm

Hey.

The battery is just fixed with velco, the one from Hobbyking (-;

The brakesound is funny and it helps to get walking people out of my way, like OKP says i should remove the brake :P
"who hit the brake later, is fast longer" :mrgreen:

To get an orientation about the power consumtion i tracked a ride in the afternoon, just cruising throug a parc, some flats and some hills:
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5.5km with 4.4Ah on 8S.

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Post by WeeChumlee » Apr 18 2016 5:01am

Hi all

Well, I got the EZRUN MAX6 on Friday and built it into my single 6374 motor / 8S board. (In place of VESC)
All the power and speed is now there again, can't fault it there.
But man oh man is that braking sound loud and annoying. I mean really LOUD. No seriously, holy smoke loud!
I don't see this being part of the board much longer. I presume different motors may vary but with my AlienPowerSystems 6374 170KV motor it just is far to loud.
Whereas people used to look mostly with a smile now they are scared shitless when I come up from behind and have to break.
Back to the drawing board. :|

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Re: Trampa HolyPro, E-Toxx, Enertion R-Spec, Hobbywing MAX6,

Post by astilwell611 » Apr 18 2016 11:45am

Servo activated brakes... problem solved.

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Post by puffin » Apr 18 2016 12:15pm

nowind wrote:
Very nice!

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Post by Nordle » Apr 18 2016 1:06pm

Nice video. I like those Trampa boards even if the brakes are so loud :D
4:20 Noob Hubz! BLAZE it
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Re: Trampa HolyPro, E-Toxx, Enertion R-Spec, Hobbywing MAX6,

Post by nowind » Apr 20 2016 11:30pm

Nordle wrote:Nice video. I like those Trampa boards even if the brakes are so loud :D
Its not a problem of the Trampaboards that the brakes are so loud.
Its the choice of the ESC. With the VESC you dont have this loud annoying sound!
astilwell611 wrote:Servo activated brakes... problem solved.
If wheight not is an issue, thats a good idea.

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Re: Trampa HolyPro, E-Toxx, Enertion R-Spec, Hobbywing MAX6,

Post by nowind » Apr 21 2016 1:52pm

Played around with this Noseroll stuff...



Man i really felt into love with this new setup!
BTW Found a way for this annoying braking sound, just use earphones and listen to muic :twisted:

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Post by Squad » Apr 21 2016 3:16pm

Super nice, my first attempt to make wheelie ended up just like one of Yours in this video, except there was no grass, just asphalt :lol: My board probably has few more kilos than this set up, I still have to check how much does it actually weight.

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Re: Trampa HolyPro, E-Toxx, Enertion R-Spec, Hobbywing MAX6,

Post by nowind » May 04 2016 12:10pm

Hey Squad,

i think for practice wheelies a short hard meadow is the best.
Not as hard as the concrete :?

I saw many of my customers using Carbon Decals on the mounts and braces.
So i just thought why not machining some braces out of nice 6mm Carbonfibre.
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The weight reduction is about 150gramms compared to the 8mm Aluminium braces.

Let me know what you think.
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Post by Rikobonito » May 04 2016 1:08pm

what a greatfull idea !!! They looks awesome and even lighter ! ;)
Amazing work once again :!:
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Post by okp » May 04 2016 4:05pm

that's just sick!

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Post by Squad » May 05 2016 5:50pm

Nice Jenso! Did You made it 6mm thick from thinner carbon sheets (it does not look as uniform as thick carbon I had to deal with, there are visible 4-5 layers)? I made wheelie-bar-like support brace, it's double as thick as Your carbon ones (12mm 7075 aluminium) 35mm poliurethane casters on bearings are on 8mm axles, it should prevent me from scratching mounts on asphalt when I finally will be able to do wheelie :D

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Post by nowind » May 06 2016 12:55pm

Hey.

Yeah good idea with the wheelie bar, good for training i guess.

No its one uniform Carbon piece, 6mm thick.

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Post by nowind » May 16 2016 1:17pm

Pushing the Limits :D
Never seen any EBoard build with this motorsize :
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Leopard 8072-175KV -1200gramm- 12mm Shaft -4500Watt on full operating voltage

Compared with the R-Spec:
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Had to machine new sprockets, caused by the 12mm Shaft, moved to the next bigger ISO chain. 8mm Pitch
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The Gear reduction is 1:5, good for 40kmh on 8S.
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Will use some spacers to get the braces a bit more away from the motors.

They work really nice with the MAX6, the startup is really really smooth, the Punch is crazy :evil:
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Post by Rikobonito » May 16 2016 1:38pm

insame !!! I dream it you build it !
I always asking myself wy we dont use bigger motor, now you try .... :twisted: crazy !
It should work a lot more better ! no cnocking at start whit this :D
Hope to see this rolling :wink:
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Post by Squad » May 16 2016 2:32pm

Always one step ahead of everybody else :P I had such thoughts during my build, but wanted to use VESC, and it wouldn't deliever enough amps and volts to get everything out of 80-100 beast motor... Why didn't You go with longer motors, even more power... :twisted: ?

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Post by nowind » May 17 2016 12:50am

Rikobonito wrote:insame !!! I dream it you build it !
I always asking myself wy we dont use bigger motor, now you try .... :twisted: crazy !
It should work a lot more better ! no cnocking at start whit this :D
Hope to see this rolling :wink:
Thanks Mate, i thought about before but was afraid of fitting sprockets to the 12mm shaft.
But with the ISO-05 its no problem
whitepony wrote:woa, that looks so awesome! tbh, I cannot use more torque than that of the 2x SK6374 right now :shock:
...
Thank you (-: can performance be a sin ?
Squad wrote:Always one step ahead of everybody else :P I had such thoughts during my build, but wanted to use VESC, and it wouldn't deliever enough amps and volts to get everything out of 80-100 beast motor... Why didn't You go with longer motors, even more power... :twisted: ?
Thx man, i thought about the 80-100. One point is the weight, i think the 80-100 is about 400gramm more then the 80-72. The other point is that the 80-100 with 180kv was not as a pair in stock by APS :roll:

Now i´m dreaming of an 12S ESC with 150A current output :twisted:

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Re: Trampa HolyPro, E-Toxx, Enertion R-Spec, Hobbywing MAX6,

Post by nowind » May 18 2016 11:36am

Have a look on this little bastards :


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Post by s28400 » May 19 2016 4:25pm

Unreal. I think those are the biggest motors I've seen on a board. Does the vesc not have enough current to drive these?
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Post by Rikobonito » May 19 2016 6:07pm

insane ! Love it !! :wink:
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Post by nowind » May 19 2016 11:38pm

Rikobonito wrote:insane ! Love it !! :wink:
Yes me too :mrgreen:
s28400 wrote:Unreal. I think those are the biggest motors I've seen on a board. Does the vesc not have enough current to drive these?
I dont tested the Vesc on this motors, but i doubt that they will produce this massive punch.

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Re: Trampa HolyPro, E-Toxx, Enertion R-Spec, Hobbywing MAX6,

Post by WeeChumlee » May 20 2016 2:52am

Hi nowind
Another exceptional build, I can only imagine what power you must have with those two motors. :shock:
What sort of mileage do you get out of a set of tyres? Do they wear out super quick?

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Post by torqueboards » May 20 2016 1:24pm

Amazing motors :)
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Re: Trampa HolyPro, E-Toxx, Enertion R-Spec, Hobbywing MAX6,

Post by nowind » May 21 2016 3:24am

WeeChumlee wrote:Hi nowind
Another exceptional build, I can only imagine what power you must have with those two motors. :shock:
What sort of mileage do you get out of a set of tyres? Do they wear out super quick?
Hard carving on Asphalt is tire-killer No1, or shit like burnouts like in the beginning of the video :shock:
cant tell numbers, they are tires which holds up better but the ALPHAS are my favorites: GRIP/WEIGHT really good !
torqueboards wrote:Amazing motors :)
Yes they are, would like to feel the performance on 12S ... Maybe with your 12S Controller???
Do you think it could work?

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