Hey guys, I am working on a build for an E-board and I could use a lot of tips.
For the deck I currently own an atom drop-deck board that I love (picture attached). I love this deck however I want to keep that board. I am taking a class about working with composites so I am hoping to make a copy out of a carbon fiber/fiberglass mixture. I don’t know for sure what that will look like yet but I am working on that with my teacher.
I currently have a nice big motor, it’s a Turnigy Aerodrive SK3 - 6364-245KV Brushless Outrunner Motor. Here are the specs for the motor. I am debating getting a second one for symmetry’s sake. Turns: 14T Voltage: 10S Lipoly RPM/V: 245KV Internal resistance: 0.018 Ohm Max Loading: 70A Max Power: 2700W Shaft Dia: 8.0mm Bolt holes: 32mm Bolt thread: M4 Weight: 718g Motor Plug: 4mm Bullet Connector
I have a FSESC 4.12 50A Based on VESC® 4.12 esc, will it be easier to add another one or should I just buy a dual in order to run two? Here are the specs for mine: Hardware:V4.12 EPRM:60000 Firmware: V3.40(Keep upgrated with the latest firmware version) PCB:4 layers, size: 40*60mm Current: 50A continuous / 240A peak Voltage: 8V-60V (Cells: 3-13S LiPo) Recommended 10S battery BEC: [email protected] BEC type: Internal driver support Timing: Software calibration Motor control interface: PPM signal (RC servo), analog, UART, I2C, USB or CAN‐bus. Cutoff Voltage: Programmable Frequency: PWM input Governor: No Weight: 80g FSESC4.12 Size: 110x40x20mm Programming card: No Reverse: Yes
I have a 10s Lipo battery however I am looking into making my own preferably Lion battery because I heard they are less volatile and easier to charge.
I have seen some offroad wheels on some of these threads but it wasn’t clear what in the final verdict was on what you guys liked.
I don’t have trucks or motor mounts but part of me was wondering about casting my own with the mounts built in.
I basically have lots of creative ability and hoping to make something that will last me forever. I am also particularly curious in a power switch, charging, and a battery level indicator.