If you have no knowledge of batteries don’t build it yourself lol. No fire is the best kinda fire if ya know what I mean
6380s are very heavy lol. Solid like 5lbs just in motors let alone everything else
I suppose I could have it pre-built into the enclosure? All I would have to do is hook everything up when it arrives.
Yup @eBoosted will take good care of you in that aspect of battery building
Ooof, yeah. In that case I will probably go with two 6374’s then.
This is Alan’s build on the deck your getting
As you can see his battery work is beautiful
Do you have a soldering iron with you? You will probably have to do a bit when that time comes.
Here’s some miscellaneous stuff that you should purchase
Black 12AWG silicone wire
Red 12AWG silicone wire
Heat shrink for wires
And of course solder and flux silly @Linny
Thanks for having my back
Lol yepp, I have all that. I’ll email him and see what he can do for the battery. Thanks again for all the help!
Anything you’re not sure of, give us a shout
Keep in mind that’s a 730$ battery alone just a heads up @Esk8t
Yea i figure it’ll be close to a 2k build
Might cut it close on that 1500$ price range. If your willing to be flexible go for it !
Yeah cause that’s a 1000$ just in deck enclosure and battery
400 on just motors on a 1500 build that’s a big ask. I have 84’s on my current build so I am a fan. 84 is only 25% more torque but you have to scale up your battery and ESC. You can’t max out a 6354 with a makerx dual.
Do you have a protective gear budget? $300-500 for that atleast.
I can build my own battery and that battery will cost me nearly 600 to make. That’s more like a 2k+ build. It’s all primo stuff. No garbage in your choices.
When did I ever say to spend 400$ on motors @Movation