Loaded dervish, 6355 dual RSPEC 190kv motor setup, vesc 4.12, calibre trucks, 10s3p, FIRST BUILD

Hey guys, I’m totally new to this DIY esk8 thing. Here is my list, might need some advise from you guys on my build :stuck_out_tongue:

  1. Loaded Dervish FLEX 2
  2. 10s3p Samsung 30Q 40A from their latest board W2
  3. ESC and Battery enclosure of W2
  4. mini-remote 2.4ghz from banggood
  5. vesc 4.12 x2
  6. 6355 RSPEC 190kv motors from enertion x2
  7. Calibre 44 trucks
  8. Anti-spark switch from mboard

Is my battery compatible with my board?53552201_293763107963390_3600299800941035520_n

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yes why wouldn’t it :stuck_out_tongue:

edit: Wait you got dual 6355 on standard calibers?

yup, the truck is shaved to fit the pulley

All should work without problems. Make sure to setup correctly your escs & remote & motors But don’t get the antispark, make a simple & reliable xt90s loop key

You might run into some clearance issues with the 44deg baseplate on a drop through deck with the motors mounted towards the middle of the deck. You defo have the right idea with the split enclosure though. Either way, I think you’ll be able to find a way to make it work. :grinning:

Haha, I think I do have an idea what I’m doing :joy:. I’m using an angle riser pad with20190305_081834 Unik riser. I should have enough clearance from the board.

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Is the loop key better?

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Yes. 100 times yes

I love my loopkey. Never failed on me. Anti spark switches are 1. expensive and 2. prone to fail.

In my opinion they’re just a hassle and waste of money.