I’m located in the nyc area and will like to share some pictures of my builds.
First of all, glad to see all the interest on the eBoard movement and to see sites like this and endless-sphere.com share so much knowledge and promote this wonderfull captivating and intoxicated passtime that we all enjoy.
my first Built eMTB MBS Pro 95 , in it’s second iteration:
-Retaliation Mountainboard MB Pro95
-HobbyKing Sk3 6374 192Kv 2750 W
-Dual TB 12S ESC
-12S2P 30C Lipo Battery 15000 mAh
-65T / 12T #25 Sprockets #25 Chain.
-TB 2.4Ghz Receiver and transmitter
-Custom aluminium Motor mount
-Adapted UK Dry box as Battery enclosure
-Wattmeter and anti-spark XT-90 loop key
-18 Miles Range and speed up to 40 Mph.
The Discharge wires are run under the binding and grip tape using flat wire 10AWG equivalent.
This board is amazing to ride on any surface make NYC streets feel like silk and off road operation is impressive, massive torque and acceleration superb can tackle any hill with ease and super fun doing power slides
This is a screenshot of the log from Stava app on my way to the Bronx from New Rochelle
The second Built
-Vanguard Loaded Deck 41" Flex 1
-Dual TB Motor mount
-Dual TB 12S ESC, with custom made ABS enclosure and cooling fans.
-Dual Motors 6355 230kv 2650W
-Custom 44T 5m HTD 15mm wide pulley and 16T 5n HTD 15mm wide pulley.
-62T 5m HTD 15mm wide belt.
-Custom made ABS Battery enclosure, integrated lipo savers with on/off switch.
-12S4P 30C Lipo Battery 8000 mAh, with voltage configuration switch to use on 6S and 12S
-Anti-spark XT-90 loop key.
-MBS all terrain wheels 107mm ( http://atomlongboards.com/accessories-481/mbs-all-terrain-longboard-wheels.html )
Due to temperature coming back to normal ( Cool ) in the northeast have not tested the range but the speed is on the north of 45 mph. i’ll be switching the bushing to improve stability at high speed and will try to max it out. attached is a screenshot of a test run using Strava app.
so Range and max speed TBD.
This board is really nice, in love with the flex of the deck. the wheels can run over little chiguaguas and not even notice it, just a little hard on the rough surfaces, coming from pneumatics is understandable :-).
i’ll post some videos (now that i have a Gopro) when the temperature allow it.