Cherry Angio | 31.5" Old School Pig |12s2p P42A | Dual TB6355 190kv | Tenka

My second build. I wanted something small, portable and more maneuverable than my 40mph Blue Dream, which became a chore to bring along while on campus.


This 31.5 inch “speed-tail” is 9.75 wide, has a 25 inch wheel base and is 13 inches wide at the wheels.

Current parts include:

Old School Pig deck
12s2p Molicel P42A
TB 6355 190kv motors
Tenka esc
Mboards enclosure
Flipsky 12" DKP trucks
97mm wheels

Board is a work-in-progress and still waiting on a few parts but figured I’d share now that she’s taking shape.

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Place holder.

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This is super awesome

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The Megastoke!!!

wait? what deck exactly did you use and did you drill out the wheel base?
where are you measuring the 25 inches?

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also in the name of all that is holy put some Caguamas on there…

this I promise you will like…

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Or the Gigachallenger lol

I used a cheap deck from skateshred. Had to alter stock wheelbase a bit.

I like the styling of these but the the duro and smaller size made me choose something else. I may have to reconsider.

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Wheelbase on longboards and skateboards is typically measured truck bolt to truck bolt (the closest ones) and not axle to axle like almost every other vehicle.

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I was thinking truck wheelbase and not deck wheelbase. The deck itself is 19 inches between inner hole to inner hole.

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this is still really long.
I wonder if it was the same deck I cut up a long time ago…

and I have found both blue and orange Caguamas to feel better than the 90 97 and even 100mm wheels that I have tried…

They are truly magical!!!

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I got the Mboards 97mm wheels because they were $40 and like 72a. I’ll have to get a set of Caguamas to see what the hype is about.

Edit: 78a

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you are in for a treat

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cags are wonderful. Unfortunately, for my board and for NYC streets, there isnt enough clearance between the ground and the motor mount screw, so I had to go a size up and I got 90mm popocas. Those use the Labeda formula (or whatever its called) which is also great

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you talking about BN mounts?

blue cags are made of magic rubber and unicorn horns melted together with dragonfire
@RipTideSports hey Brad is it in your range to make 120mm kegel core blue cags??? :eyes:

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NO!

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:eggplant: :sweat_drops:

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Wish I could try these bigger wheels to keep the red and black rolling but they’re out of stock.

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I dye most of my blue Caguamas black.

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I have senor Pepe’s & they’re red/good quality I think? 90mm iirc

Not a thane guy so can’t give much personal opinion, but I’d sell if you wanted

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