Love it, dedicated boards for only street riding and at riding are the way to go in the end, IMO. I love my evolve but I hate swapping wheels and batteries.
@Okami dude your AT setups are off the hook, its always nice to be able to ride when you have to wait for parts to finish building something; now I want a 3rd board (used GTX) even more. What kind of rides to you take those bad boys on? And yeah lol, I was wondering what peoples collections were cause I wanted to be dissuaded from spending my current savings on a 3rd board…but after seeing peoples replies on this thread, I am suuuuuper tempted to buy it
@thisguyhere Man I wish I had something like your “dog runner” when I used my longboard around college campus, care to take a pic? What are you planning on building?
@wolfgangcole Portability is no joke, going from like a subway to the classroom or office without stepping into a car is worth the newfound freedom. I actually intended to use a DiY GTX I’m working on to have my larger friends ride, using a dual focbox setup and maybe some 200kv motors, when I acquire them.
@sk8l8r 6??? A friend recently told me, “I always have 3 boards, cause I can always count on 2 being out of action” lol…your comment makes me start to think getting a 3rd board might cost me in savings, but it also might save my sanity!
@Slak Nice, I use my board to go anywhere close by as well. Personally I love dual acceleration, can’t go back after having tasted it for my first Esk8 experience.
CGT, racerstar 140kvs, evolve esc. Currently out of commission due to a DiY Battery Project. Said project somehow fried my ESC, waiting to buy another while I rebuild the battery to a better size (10s5p to a 4p).
DiY GT, dual focbox setup, 10s4p 18650 30q, Firefly remote. Currently building remote, and ordered one from @SeeTheBridges. Out of commission until parts arrive, will setup focbox canbus in the meantime.
Possible stock Evolve GTX, I need to ride again…