an LEV build by b264
This build has been in some sort of “done” state for a few weeks now, but I’ve been tweaking things and I think this may be close to the final form.
This board is a little different. Firstly, it has some absolutely enormous TB130 wheels. These things are truly massive. Let’s compare to some 60mm OJ III Hot Juice wheels so the scale is apparent:
That’s definitely the ride. It rides like a high-power park deck, except on clouds. It’s super nimble and super, SUPER easy to carry and pick up. It has not only a handle, but also a grabber .
This board is water resisted. The whole enclosure has zero holes. Even the top has a piece of sheet rubber laid across it and stuck to the enclosure with butyl tape, before being bolted to the deck.
The heart and soul of this build is its deck and wheels. That’d be the 10x31 Alva Power Station Dogstar Earl Boykins Stubbie deck and some prototype 72A 130mm @torqueboards TB130 polyurethane longboard wheels.
- Alva Power Station Dogstar Earl Boykins Stubbie deck
- 72A 130mm TB130 polyurethane longboard wheels
- custom handle underneath
- custom grabber on top
- Caliber 50° RKP baseplates
- @Boardnamics 184mm hangers
- Boardnamics motor mount and precision clamp
- clear Mob Grip tape
- Metroboard battery box
- custom enclosure clamp
- Riser lights from Metroboard, “2W” model, white and red colors
- custom 10S3P 30Q battery by @b264 and @Agressivstreetlamp
- black Powell Peralta tailbone
- FOCBOX Unity
- @3DServisas 48T kegel pulley
- prototype high-power next-gen motor (early V4 Reacher)
- Mini Remote
10S3P 30Q battery with bypassed BMS, 205Kv motor, 15/48 ratio single drive (rear heelside) with 130mm wheels
It’s using both sides of the Unity to hammer on the same motor at 160A motor max. It will burn out the drive wheel no problem, if you can stay on top. The amount of power is up there with or exceeding my dual drives. This single drive really hauls ass. I mean, it rips and tears.
Enough with the words, and in with the photos.
That tiny XT30 loopkey on the front of the enclosure turns off the lighting system and voltage gauge (when pulled) for Stealth / Max Range mode. (You can barely even see it in the recess next to the lighting wire)
the wheels are so big it actually stands on its side
It has not sensor wires connected, but the temperature wire is connected
This was an older 6374 motor testing out the software
Right before the maiden voyage