AWD Electric Street Luge. 185kph

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Wish me luck!

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Welded diffs / I like the Comp II style hangars there.

It’s all so clean too. good job man. Dream come true. Every time I see you post about this I think of Bob Swartz and his jet luge, and how could it have been done practically?

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Boy amazing. Do you have pics of inside of the trucks? How do you drive 2 wheels with 1 motor?

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Keen to see some footage of this on the road. Awesome!

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Amazing! Whats the size of those pulleys?

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10/50

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Me too. I took it out today after a reprogram and had nothing but problems. I’ll have some footage up soon

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oh damn why have I never seen that. Looks just like the Motoboard trucks I like that

How is the torque transferred from the (8mm?) axle to the wheel?
I have project where I need to do something like that attach a skate wheel to a 8mm axle.


oh they have this disassembled pic, looks like 1WD to me

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Now that’s a beautiful use of a beautiful build! :heart_eyes: Looks like it could be fun :thinking:

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Awesome! So were you going faster up or down hill? Looked like faster up!

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83km/h coasting down with no throttle. 77 up with throttle pinned.

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That’s fast!! And 77km/h uphill wow.

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How do the mach1’s hold up, feeling good at those speeds?

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They hold up fine. A lot of us use them on our downhill setups and have gone faster. I like them because they are super grippy.

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93km/h uphill :sunglasses::+1:

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My 8s connector broke. So I did a full throttle downhill run on 4s and surprisingly I got 90km/h.

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Looks good J. Getting dialed in.

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bro said deathwish :skull:

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