Selkie: HAYA deck • Hummie hubs • 13S • Proton +++

Looks tight. Are u welding the cells or going to use those printed compressors? Anyone ever use those ?

Thanks I cut up NESE compression tabs in order to run fuse wires to a copper bus which then folds over to join the NESE 4p poron tabs

Main thread here, @agniusm did some rock solid testing, they have a copper core and button shape

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the foam is poron?

I only managed to buy 3mm poron as dampening foam (in yellow)

How much risers do u need for clearance? Specially in the front truck…? Is this 14mm?

On the rear is a 1/2" tunnel riser made by Riptide, I picked up a couple in a GB. On the front Khiro Angled shockpad, 80A

Hummies/Centrax 83mm no wheelbite

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Yes @agniusm uses poron due to it’s long lasting rebound abilities, it’s about 2-3mm thick used on the negative tab end only

What about those purely printed green holders w a printed spring, anyone use those?

nice, yes poron rebound and dampening propperties are excellent. Viscous effects are quite cool :smile:

I ended giving up on those, the effort to cell-fuse them I failed with, it ended up being easier to use NESE tab I had left over, and just bridge together a really long tray


Fat shaming a BMS is not fair :disappointed_relieved: !

jk nice build in progress!


When she move down to the dance floor, all de other ‘MS’s move outta the way, but the girl can’t do the voltage so she hadda go, man she’s so so thicc


Atlas make these precision washers, the raw steel one boardside is a hat-shaped washer on a 93A riptide cannon which should remove a little slop. Going to move inwards a notch.image

hmmm Caliber Vs Paris?

Edit: You can’t see them, but these are in there Riptide Pivot Cups (set of 2) - Durometer : 96A, Type : Paris Street

Also present and unaccounted for is the Chinese Zealous knock-off bearings on AliExpress in the Centrax front thane



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Yeah thinking of altering @skatardude10 key to fit

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Test fit of the cell trays, need to file down the soldered fuses in some places and glue tabs into place, also solder in some charge leads, with a little more work I should be able to get this done then heat shrink each tray and cut holes for the cells to pop in/outimage


Test fit, still some work to do on her hair, I mean the balance leads, I used @brenternet’s hair dryer to get the vacuum on the shrink wrapimage

The tape around each cell is to make it easy to jank a cell out without disturbing neighbors


Which one though? I have one for my chest hair and another for my pubic mound.


Nothing for the shoulders?:joy:

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You’re near Dingle?? Did you manage to find a bar?

inspiring one. subscribed ! that’s gonna give me some ideas for my build.

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