Ok. It seems to go faster than I thought. If you like the project you can now sing to reserve your BullyDeck. It’s not the final form, it’s for me to understand if the project will take place or not . I have the company ready to make them after the Chinese New Year. I will first get a prototype and then open the final requests.
- 36 inch drop through/down deck
- 9.8 to 9 inch wide
- Canadian maple plus fiber glass for integrity
- Nice concave
- Integrated enclosure
- 2 cutouts of 540 x 80mm x 24mm. 12s4p 2wd should fit easy.
- I like in a wood colour. I will add the varnish to protect it. You can then paint it as you like it
I want to make it happen for below 200 Euro to Belgium, EU, then the shipping to you (should be around 30 Euro). Of course the more the cheaper. 10 decks should be fine for the first round. It will probably be a small GB since I need it soon! We can still change minor details in the next couple of weeks. Please participate to the pool and fill in the the Google form. Thx! Ciao ciao
UPDATE ALWAYS AT THE END OF THE THREAD!
Would you be interested in the BullyDeck project?
- Yes, I will sign the form
- Yes but I will wait the prototype first, to see if you lay
- No! but I will see you spending a lot on money in prototyping
- No, I do not like it
Edit: Removed the old pics for clarity.
“Hello folks! Since I don’t know what deck to use for my next build, I am thinking of making one with partial or full integrated enclosure. I already have a short board, perfect for commuting but I am now making a powerfull DD and I would need to pair it with a bigger battery. I really like the landyacht switchblade so why not based mine ipotetica one on it? I made a draft of what can be the final version. It’s the 36inch one. Over 36 is too long for my taste. The one in the picture has grooves of 25mm deep so it would be the fully integrated version. Due to the size of the board I think it’s more for dual drive and not 4wd. The deck is quite thick, 35mm, but I can always decrease it. I did it to be sure that will be sturdy. I am thinking of using Canadian maple.”