Half way through my latest Esk8 build (third ever). My first was for stealth, drop down, single Sk3 single drive, and track star 150amp Esc. Just wasn’t the power I was looking for so I instantly started working on a second, with diagonal mounted Sk3’s and each esc powered by two zippy 3s 5000mah batteries in series. I made that frame differently though with the front and back their own ‘module’ of 2 batteries, an esc and receiver. Then connected the two with a welded together aluminum that was a foot or so long and 2 inches wide. I liked how it turned heads and was different then anything I’ve seen, but I wanted to take it a step further. This time I’m making the whole frame (other then foot plates) 3 inches wide! (I’ll have to post a picture of my last build when I get a chance). But here’s the run down of the parts I’m using!
. Gt2b controller, upgraded to 18650 2500mah battery and in a costom cnc oak enclosure. . Two vesc from Diy (upgraded c26 to a 4.7 uf to fill the missing spot because I would like to have a stable Foc) I plan on running each at battery max 30amps Battery regen 10 amps . Frame is going to be a single bar of 5/8 inch thick 3 inch wide aluminum bar stock! (probably around 36 inches) . Feet plates are cnc’d stained cherry with clear grip tape on top . Battery is using Samsung 25r’s 10s 5p for some extra amps and to help with voltage sag . BMS From battery supports, the 10s 100amp constant current model (wanted overkill so it’ll last longer) . 2 extra 3400uf caps before the vesc cap boards for extra stability . DIY’s 120 amp switch with some upgrades (pictures will be below) . 2 fans in the enclosure for cooling. . 2 Sk3’s 6063 at 213kv (from my old builds, will set Erpm at 60,000 and set it up to brake to not go over it. Probably upgrade these in the near future) . Using MBS atom trucks so it’s wide enough to have the motors side by side in the back . 97mm Abec 11 flywheels (but will have it able to switch out to pneumatics) Using my old pulleys for a 14t/36t belt drive. . 36v to 12v converter to power my lights and fans . Still have to make the motor mounts out of aluminum and the wheel mounts out of some solid pvc I have.
Lemme know what you think!!