Yerpppp they share the same UART pins on
Wait what? where? on which VESC?
Focbox… If you try to use uart(Bluetooth) and plug into usb at the same time you cannot
WTF it does work for me
I could not get USB+metr+receiver working at the same time lol
I dont have metr but hm-10 works fine
Forgot to say I’ve been training foot breaking lots, one board I ride with no breaks, turned out to be so much fun - rides are more about skating than eskating, its changed my whole style of riding
Progress: @Eboosted Falcon Enc. arrived and the pics don’t do it justice its really lovely !
Progress: X Braces & FocCase Mount
@akhlut arrived look really good, only need one now so going to experiment with a little red highlight
@Kug3lis mount arrived, not remounting just now - test fitting looks perfect!
shaping up nicely
Looking good, I’ve gone with 180mm trucks on my 36" build. That front truck looks HUGE! I quite like the width of the back though, especially with that focmount.
From your picture it looks like your grip tape was attached by the same person as mine slightly off center to the right?
yea I don’t like the look of the front truck - that’s with 83mm flywheel clones 107s might look slightly better, truck width makes me want another 2 motors on the front lol
the grip I through I kept on getting weird angles on my pics but yes looks like its off center just a little
not sure on direction to mount, motor leads to the back
mounted metr inside
still to sort out the receiver
@Deckoz I really like these SP13 2 Pin Aviation connectors!
Mocked up 13s5p fits
BMS up front
Switch up back
I would mount it so the power wires out back and phase wires up front. This way you can run both of them underneath and cleanly hide the wires.
@sk8l8r here’s how I did it on the trampa still needs wire mesh but you getting idea…
Are those tires «gummies» without air?
Loads of progress …
Hot glued and fish paper added - rings and folded over positive terminals for fuse wire isolation
fuse wire was fairly easy to weld at 7ms, soldered fuse wire to pcb
on the negative, nickel strip with 2 bent over and soldered to make connection to pcb
that extra solder was on purpose
soldered balance leads
wrapped in kapton tape (cut outs for S connection soldering)
decided I needed the extra 7mm and went for some ABEC 107mm SuperFly
and those Bronson G3’s originally bought by one-click-accident, they just turned up one day, was planning to use Bronson RAW’s (for the sound) but in the words of my 7yo nephew ‘they are REALLY smooth’
the 107mm makes things look much more in scale with these wide trucks…
was a little annoyed at the random green addition to my colour scheme
but only until I spotted it happened to match the socks I was wearing
drilled for mounting
unsure of the size for the nutserts (I went for the ones that fitted skate truck bolt hardware)
drilled the deck for nutserts (added some epoxy to secure)
needed some 10mm foam to make it all fit perfectly
my red skate hardware and red counter sunk washers arrived
added the charge port
added layers of foam
p groups isolated using foam backed fish paper
next task wire up the P groups
Hey, that looks really great. I actually have a similar build.
Where did you get the red hardware? Is it anodized?
Where did you get the fishpaper? Anywhere local?