@Sanexus - welcome to the forum! You have a “my parts listed” but only 3 things listed.
You need to read up on some builds - pick one you like - and emulate it. Highest form of flattery…
I typically work back from the deck on a build - am i building a low-rider (like a drop deck - PITA to electrify), a flexy deck (like vanguard - also a PITA to split electronics/batteries so middle can flex), or stiff downhill deck, or cruiser, or kicktail… etc.
Each will have limitations and advantages. If you don’t skate already, or haven’t skated - it can be daunting to pick what you like. Go to a local skate shop and talk to people - let them know you want something to electrify and see if they’ll let you stand on some boards in the shop and get a feel for what you like. I’d caution you to just try stuff out and not buy what they might be pushing. Just see what you like and then talk to the group here. Some local skate shops can push their cheapest board onto you before you know what you really need/want for esk8. Definitely watch out for any trucks besides Caliber II (50’s i’d recommend), and Flywheel’s - both are easiest to electrify later. Paris and other trucks can work but it’s more work to setup and other challenges keeping any round hanger truck from rotating.
Once you have a deck chosen (or style of deck you like) - you then can look at wheels and clearance. Yes you can run 97mm Abec 11 Flywheels on a topmount/kicktail/pintail/etc. BUT you’ll end up with MONSTER risers to clear the wheels so you don’t get wheelbite (i hope you know what this is - pretty important or you get to introduce your face to the road).
The “typical” start is 83mm flywheels btw - get legit flywheels in 75a if you want cushion/butter ride, or save some $ (a lot really) and get some inexpensive clones. Not as plush/soft, but work pretty well.
Now that you have the BASE picked - how to electrify it and selecting components.
Two critical things to let us know before we can suggest any edits to your setup - Your weight, and Is it hilly in your area (and you want to ride up them)? This will help us steer you towards a good single motor setup or dual motor setup.
Now - that’s the primer, and hopefully you understand now why your intro thread is grossly lacking in detail to help you.
Go Read. Then read some more. Then re-read the ones you like. Then come back with a budget, your weight/hills, and componenets you’ve found on other builds you are thinking of using. And keep reading builds (great inspiration) while you wait for someone to respond.