Ok, here’s my first post on this, my third build… my first 2 builds were one wheel drive labours of love, I made the decks using roarockit vac bagging made abs enclosure and battery and ran them on 90mm urethane…the ride was not smooth enough for these parts.
Hummie carbon and wood deck
@bigben enclosure (low profile)
Dual FSesc 6.6
6374 streetwing 190kvs
12s4p Samsung 30q with bestech bypass bms
@Kug3lis 150A Fatboy anti spark
Cheap ass 6” x 2” AliExpress AT wheels
Just a quick update… replaced the broken cable on my metr pro, working like a charm.
Not topped out on speed yet but must be fairly close, 32mph.
Plus I really don’t like the way the idler bearings mount on these marcmounts, plastic isn’t up to it in my opinion. So I’ve turned top hat bearing carriers and replaced the bearings with stainless bearings…
Oh and the bushings I’m running are a bit tight… I’ve got 2 magnum 90a Krank on the back and 1 chubby aps 90A boardside at the front with a stock cone roadside. It is as solid as a rock for speed but I like a bit more carviness. New bushings en-route…
I’m loving taking this board off the beaten track… the enclosure is keeping the water out on muddy trails and the performance off road is surprisingly good… the only thing that was concerning me was the pelting that the front seal was getting through puddles and wet grass.
So here we have bodgy kydex clip on mudguard mark I
I haven’t done a full pack yet to know total distance but I’ve done many 5-10km runs and the watt hours per mile I’ve recorded depending on whether I’ve been blasting along a flat sea front at full speed and acceleration (31Wh/mile) or along a muddy canal towpath at 15-20kph (24Wh/mile) lead me to expect 15 solid miles plus more if I’m light on the acceleration and top speed. This board is so steady at 30mph that it’s difficult to resist the throttle though!