LaCroix deck - Very highly recommended. I was having real trouble actually buying a nice-looking 12s4p enclosure for an Urban Carver but LaCroix provides an all-in-one solution. Feels very nice, very comfortable, doesn’t feel too wide.
APS 8072S - I didn’t have the budget for a dual drive, and I wanted a higher efficiency build, so I went with a single motor. Considering an 8072S is about the same price as a 6374 I thought I could use the extra power, especially since I am not looking at adding a second motor. So far I have had fairly good experiences with it. I was having some resonance issues at 65% but it is much quieter when the belt is on and I am standing on it. I certainly don’t feel like it doesn’t have enough power, although max braking current doesn’t seem very strong - this is probably due to ESC configuration and not the motor. Although warned about, I have not felt any turning to either side when accelerating or braking due to being a single motor.
72 Samsung 30Qs - The board can fit 72, so I bought 72. Arranged in a 12s6p configuration. Definitely makes the board a bit on the heavier side.
ESCape - Works as expected, but JST-PH connectors are more difficult to find contacts, terminal blocks and crimping tools for. I would’ve preferred to seen the more common JST-XH, although I accept size constraints may have factored in.
Urban Carver trucks - Purchased with an Urban Carver deck and not replaced when switching to the LaCroix deck, maybe thinking about swapping for the wider MTB hangers (16 inches).
6.5" Trampa pneumatics - Smaller than recommended for the board but I haven’t encountered any clearance issues. Feels very firm at 40PSI but can be lowered on rougher terrain and reportedly safe up to 75PSI for smoother.
Guitar stands are great for eboards:
XLR for charging and braided motor cable:
Battery spot welded with 12x0.15mm (I think) nickel strips:
Still waiting on my BMS so having to charge 6 cells at a time:
I’m sorry, I can’t seem to find any pictures and its currently disassembled, but I just stuck it using double sided tape to the top side of the rear mounting hardware. My current plan is to make it an 11s6p and keep everything internal
I can do later.
The thing is that the battery cables made to come out for a top mount battery.
It could be changed to the side but for this I need a pc and I have only access to a pc next week.
The case is mounted via the inner spring holes of the trampa truck.
If you don’t have this holes, some wood threads in your deck would do s great Job too.
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