After much back and forth I’ve gone for condensing some early stage boards from my quiver to this…maybe this is my 10th board or something? All I know is it’ll bring the quiver to 5 if my other hub board doesn’t die again
must be carvy and fun AF
must not be made from more cheap junk
I’ve got the powerhouses and I’ve got the weaklings in the quiver already, this should be something I enjoy for real and something to be proud of!!
I think this will end up around $1k all totaled, I think that’s reasonable…maybe a bit more than I’d like but that’s what not cutting corners does I guess
Deck: @tomiboi integrated drop through test deck
Trucks: Gullwing 10" Sidewinders, drop mounted (Black)
Front Wheels: Orangatang 77a Caguamas w/ Zealous steel built-in bearings
I did some fancy pixel math and the corners would overhang if they weren’t rounded, I’ll get the scaled layout done tomorrow afternoon so you get a sense of how the dimensions lay out.
I’ve got another 20ish millimeters of clearance on the sides so I might add some strips of underglow to this. It would be 2 strips of 0.5mm 144pix/m IP68 addressable LEDs running off a remote controlled signal generator and a 5V 10A constant output step down from the battery. I’d also add the external 5V rail for USB charging of my phone and remote if I do that.
True but it’s a trivial fault. I can run each side on independent signals and the 5V line can be fused. It weird just be a MR60 on each side so low risk of water ingress. The step down is after the antispark so it’s not like it’ll draw power either
Current plan is the U design with an XT90s termination to the antispark and a XT30 termination to the BMS for charging, the antispark gets a pair of XT60 terminations to the ESCs and a XT30 termination to the aux electronics (LEDs and USB chargers). Charge port is a 5.5x2.1 jack and it’ll terminate in a XT30 to the BMS as well