Vesc options late 2019

A broken clock is right twice a day


Dollaroos = Australian Dollar currenty circling the toilet.


anti-cyclonic revolutions I assume…

I believe the correct term is ‘Dollarydoos’


I have the deck cells remote enclosure motors wheels 2 mounts and 1 rear truck. Just need 2 or 4 vesc another evolve rear truck and to find or make reversable evolve mounts fu##er need to be long.

What’s wrong with two unities?

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Could you please stay on topic OP gosh.

I’ll call the Derail police on you.


Those DPs are keeping a close eye o this thread it would seem.


Thought I heard my phone ringing :eye:

@Movation what esc do you currently have and dont use?

Oh thats a good point I have some pre focbox enertion 4.11 or 4.10 they are ok but use old firmware or ack. 2x foxbox saving for a raptor 2.0 rebuild I likely will never do. A yumcha dont know the name 4.12 of aliexpress. Flipshite 4.2 plus one side has a faulty bec under warranty a few early Fsesc 6 singles most with trashed A/S switches but by passed. And a Hobbywing from a hub board I picked up at charity store no remote. Nothing I can really use for next build accept the 3 fsesc 6.0 if I get another one. My Landyachtz Evo (The Kraken) trainwreck build detail on other forum really broke the bank. Really want to do the 4x on the cheap. I will likely change my mind and spend a fortune. Even now I am dreaming of Dex new deck and enclosure…stop

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Krikeys SoD your flamin right you old mate. Dont even know my own flamin language I feel a right Dingo, bloody oath I might grab a coldie from the bottle-o and some maccas lockup the tid lids and root the wife then go sit by the billabong. Btw Its not offtopic if you dont understand it…


Those are just a bunch of words in no particular order, aren’t they. Lol

We are already so far off topic…
At the very least it will help you understand the menu at outback steak house. Of if your in the UK understand what alf was say in “home amd away”

125 Australian Slang Words & Phrases

  1. A Cold One – Beer
  2. Accadacca – How Aussies refer to Australian band ACDC
  3. Ankle Biter – Child
  4. Arvo – Afternoon ( S’Arvo – this afternoon!)
  5. Aussie Salute – Wave to scare the flies
  6. Avo – Avocado
  7. Bail – To cancel plans. ‘Bruce bailed’ = Bruce isn’t going to turn up.
  8. Barbie – Barbecue
  9. Bathers – Swimsuit
  10. Beauty ! – Great! Most often exclaimed as “You Beauty”
  11. Billabong – A pond in a dry riverbed
  12. Billy – Teapot (In the Outback on the fire)
  13. Bloody – Very. Used to extenuate a point
  14. Bloody oath – yes or its true. “You right mate?”… “Bloody Oath”
  15. Bludger – Someone who’s lazy, generally also who relies on others (when it’s someone who relies on the state they’re often called a ‘dole bludger’)
  16. Bogan – This word is used for people who are, well let’s say, rednecks. Or, if you like, just call your friends a bogan when they are acting weird.
  17. Booze Bus – Police vehicle used to catch drunk drivers
  18. Bottle-O – Bottle Shop, basically a place to buy alcohol
  19. Brekky – Breakfast
  20. Brolly – Umbrella
  21. Bruce – An Aussie Bloke
  22. Budgie Smugglers – Speedos
  23. Bush – “Out in the bush” – “he’s gone bush” In the countryside away from civilisation
  24. Cab Sav – Cabernet Sauvignon
  25. Cactus – Dead, Broken
  26. Choc A Bloc – Full
  27. Choccy Biccy – Chocolate Biscuit
  28. Chook – Chicken
  29. Chrissie – Christmas
  30. Ciggy – a Cigarette
  31. Clucky – feeling maternal
  32. Cobber – Very good friend. ‘Alright me ‘ol cobber’.
  33. Coldie – Beer. ‘Come over for a few coldie’s mate.’
  34. Coppers – Policemen
  35. Crack the shits – Getting angry at someone or something
  36. Crikey – an expression of surprise
  37. Crook – Being ill or angry; ‘Don’t go crook on me for getting crook’
  38. C*nt, the “C” word – Used when exchanging pleasantries between close friends or family member. If someone calls you the “C” word in Australia (and you haven’t done anything to make them angry), then breathe a sigh of relief… it means you have entered the mate zone.
  39. Dag – Someone who’s a bit of a nerd or geek.
  40. Daks – Trousers. ‘Tracky daks’ = sweatpants (tracksuit pants)
  41. Dardy – meaning “cool”, is used amongst South West Australian Aboriginal peoples and has also been adopted by non-indigenous teens. – source
  42. Deadset – True
  43. Defo – Definitely
  44. Devo – Devastated
  45. Drongo – a Fool, ‘Don’t be a drongo mate’
  46. Dunny – Toilet
  47. Durry – Cigarette
  48. Esky – An insulated container that keeps things cold (usually beers)
  49. Facey – Facebook
  50. Fair Dinkum – ‘Fair Dinkum?’ … ‘Fair Dinkum!’ = Honestly? … Yeah honestly!
  51. Flannie / Flanno – flannelette shirt
  52. Flat out – Really busy – “Flat out like a lizard drinking” – As busy as a bee
  53. Footy – Football (AFL / Aussie Rules)
  54. Frothy – Beer
  55. F*ck Me Dead – that’s unfortunate, that surprises me
  56. Furphy – rumours or stories that are improbable or absurd
  57. G’day – Hello
  58. Galah – an Australian cockatoo with a reputation for not being bright, hence a galah is also a stupid person.
  59. Gnarly – awesome – often used by surfers
  60. Going off – busy, lots of people / angry person “he’s going off”
  61. Good On Ya – Good work
  62. Goon – the best invention ever produced by mankind. Goon is a cheap, boxed wine that will inevitably become an integral part of your Australian backpacking experience.
  63. Hard yakka – Hard work
  64. Heaps – loads, lots, many
  65. Hoon – Hooligan (normally driving badly!)
  66. Iffy – bit risky or unreasonable
  67. Knickers – female underwear
  68. Lappy – Laptop
  69. Larrikin – Someone who’s always up for a laugh, bit of a harmless prankster
  70. Legless – Someone who is really drunk
  71. Lollies – Sweets
  72. Maccas – McDonalds
  73. Manchester – Sheets / Linen etc. If you’re from England, finding a department within a shop called Manchester could seriously confuse you.
  74. Mongrel – Someone who’s a bit of a dick
  75. Mozzie – Mosquito
  76. No Drama – No problem / it’s ok
  77. No Worries – No problem / it’s ok
  78. No Wucka’s – A truly Aussie way to say ‘no worries’
  79. Nuddy – Naked
  80. Outback – The interior of Australia, “The Outback” is more remote than those areas named “the bush”
  81. Pash – to kiss
  82. Piece of Piss – easy
  83. Piss Off – go away, get lost
  84. Piss Up – a party, a get together and in Australia – most social occasions
  85. Piss – (To Piss) to urinate
  86. Pissed – Intoxicated, Drunk
  87. Pissed Off – Annoyed
  88. Rack Off – The less offensive way to tell someone to ‘F Off’!
  89. Rapt – Very happy
  90. Reckon – for sure. ‘You Reckon?’… ‘I reckon!’
  91. Rellie / Rello – Relatives
  92. Ripper – ‘You little ripper’ = That’s fantastic mate!
  93. Root Rat – someone who enjoys sex (maybe a little too much)
  94. Rooted – Tired or Broken
  95. Runners – Trainers, Sneakers
  96. Sanger – Sandwich
  97. Servo – Service Station / Garage
  98. Shark biscuit – kids at the beach
  99. Sheila – A woman
  100. Shoot Through – To leave
  101. Sick – awesome; ‘that’s really sick mate’
  102. Sickie – a sick day off work, or ‘to pull a sickie’ would be to take a day off when you aren’t actually sick
  103. Skull – To down a beer
  104. Slab – A carton of beers
  105. Snag – Sausage
  106. Stiffy – Erection
  107. Stoked – Happy, Pleased
  108. Straya – Australia
  109. Strewth – An exclamation of surprise
  110. Stubby – a bottle of beer
  111. Stubby Holder – Used so your hands don’t get cold when holding your beer, or to stop your hands making your beer warm!
  112. Stuffed – Tired
  113. Sunnies – Sunglasses
  114. Swag – Single bed you can roll up, a bit like a sleeping bag.
  115. Tea – Dinner
  116. Tinny – Can of beer or small boat
  117. Thongs – Flip Flops. Do not be alarmed if your new found Australian friend asks you to wear thongs to the beach. They are most likely expressing their concern of the hot sand on your delicate feet.
  118. True Blue – Genuinely Australian
  119. Tucker – Food. ‘Bush Tucker’ tends to be food found in the Outback such as witchety grubs.
  120. Two Up – A gambling game played on Anzac day.
  121. U-IE – to take a U-Turn when driving
  122. Up Yourself – Stuck up
  123. Woop Woop – middle of nowhere “he lives out woop woop”
  124. Ya – You
  125. Yous – (youse) plural of you!
  126. wuckas cunt - amazing esk8er

No wuckas cunt :rofl:


Enertion is 2 mins away I could just wait for the fire sale. Here Jase I got you a coke mate.
Aronicly enertion and being 500 metres away I have to pay more that the rest of the world because he has a shity exhange rate. Plus gst and no local stock and still have to wait 6 months unless I buy a 100.

Enertion secret santa tick


I legit feel bad for you folk. Bullshit. I did have a helluva laugh saying that list of words to my drunk self tho.

No shit, you will hear nearly every one of those words in day to day Aussie life.

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I use maybe 5 of those…
Esky its a brand of cooler here
Stoked - own a new evolve
Pissed - Drunk likely comes from if your so drunk you go no 1 in your shorts
C#nt -mostly in my workshop

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haha I’ll stop contributing to the derailing of your thread. Thanks for the laugh!

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