New Guy Doing New Build Question:
3 questions regarding mounting of the ESC for my first electric mountainboard build (MBS 95 Board with 9" wheels, dual Flipsky 6374 motors, belt drives, 12s4p battery mounted in pelican case, Flipsky Dual Big FESC 6.6, 190 pound rider):
Does the ESC need to be rubber mounted to isolate it from vibration?
Can the ESC be place inside a sealed waterproof pelican case with no ventilation or should it be mounted where it receives air circulation?
How close does the ESC have to be to the motors (e.g.: can it be mounted inside the pelican case in the middle of the mountainboard or is there a reason most ESC are mounted on the tail of the skateboard, just inches from the motors)?
Bonus Battery Question: Should I ventilate the pelican case holding the battery pack (I estimate the interior temperature of a sealed black pelican case in direct sunlight on a hot 100 degree fahrenheit summer day would be around 135 to 150 degrees)?
I appreciate input from anyone with experience addressing these operational and engineering challenges.
Thanks in advance,