Hi everyone, please allow me to introduce myself. I also go by 12sV on other platforms. I’ve logged ~1,100miles on my blitzart single motor, ~2,200 miles on my meepo V3 and ~2,600 miles on my onsra DD. This is my first build, sister to my second
Cherry Angio | 31.5" Old School Pig | Xenith 2.1 | 12s2p P42A | Dual FSBH 6354 190kv |
BH 6374 motors 190kv
12s4p P42A Flexpack from @JoeyZ5
39" Rayne Demonseed
Fishbone enclosure from @Psychotiller
350mm Flipsky DKP 10mm Trucks
Riptide 13.78" DKP bushing kit
160mm TB pneumatic wheels
Special Thanks to
@rafaelinmissouri, @JoeyZ5 , @NullBlox , @b264, @Nacho , @jack.luis and @frame for all major and minor helpful tidbits and gems of knowledge. You guys rock!
What do you guys think?!? …
Test FIT and comparisons to my Onsra
Those lines seem so visible here…
Ouch, I hope it doesn’t fail on you.
Measure them and figure out
Power button is usually a 12mm hole, and charge port (if using a 5.5 x 2.5 barrel jack) is 10mm I believe.
Also, you can measure what belt length you need with a piece of string.
What gasket will you be using? Make sure you have it on when you measure / drill the enclosure mounting holes in your deck!
Oof wow I have never seen Onsra wheels worn down that much, that’s some serious mileage! Happy to have you in our community. Were you looking to get a battery built by someone on here?
I have cells I need to get rid of, where are you located ?
@Evwan wanna sell him the pack you made?
I can vouch for his work
Yeah I got a 12s4p that should fit in an Evo. I have a eboardsperu/eboosted Evo SS I can test fit
Thanks for the welcome. Yes those were 115s, now there maybe 109s lol. 2,600 miles and many burnouts. I’ve talked to a battery builder on other forums but wouldn’t mind a second or third estimate for the battery.
Battery builder from a different forum? Who?
Lol he’s on here too, good guy. I’m pretty sure his business was initiated here and then posted on builders to get more clients
He seems legit, his work looks quality. And he’s nearby me in Massachusetts.
Is the Tenka vesc that unreliable?
Not necessarily, it’s a huge question mark
Our guess is that they are failed unities that were repaired, got a new heatsink, and potted.
Make sure you have a backup plan in mind when the power switch eventually fails. Loopkey, or just a regular antispark reusing the same power button hole.
Getting it repaired is out of the question I bet with the guy selling them.
If you want reliable and you have the means to do it, go for a stormcore. Speaking from experience because my unity anti spark broke and I started getting DRV faults and error codes within the first 3 months of owning it. In the end, I just sold it for $60 and took a huge loss. And I bit the bullet and got a new Stormcore for $350. Didn’t work out too well in the end. You may wanna consider selling the tenka while it’s worth something?