Carbon made motor mounts by water jet, Turnigys Aerodrive SK3 - 6374 brushless outrunner motors.
You made the mount?
No he only made the sushi.
No man, I just posted the vid because looks an interesting subject. I think is particular that someone had the desire and knowledge to attemp such a conversion. Think the guy that did it is japanese. Therefore Nikomouk is right in his asumption.
I need to chat with the guy that made the mounts, because…
He goes by the nick ‘hwunryul kim’ in Youtube. Subscribe to his channel and get in contact with him…
Thank you very much for your interest in my electric board. I am not a Japanese but a Korean. ^^
@hwunryul Hey man how’s it going? Still got the board running?
Great. He is here, you got the man scepterr.
Would you happen to have a parts list for this? Or a kit. I am totally interested in turning my street carver into an electric.
I second @Jagz11 question about a parts list. I just got a pair of streetcarver trucks which I’m putting on an upcoming build. Is the piston-rod supposed to help the truck return to center when steering? I know that’s a bit of a problem with these trucks.
The board doesn’t self level. It’s an actual design feature that it doesn’t. The end links are from a 5 series Bmw so easily sourced
Yeah, I found those, dust boots for them too. However, I meant that long rod in the picture above that looks like a two-way piston. I thought maybe it helps prevent wobbling.
It is a bike part. Steering damper keeps board shake. Later, I changed to an adjustable damper to satisfy both cruising and carving.
You mean something like this?
Yes, that’s right