I am actually surprised. The wheels are nicely balanced compared to my board/not nearly as much vibration as my 8’’ pneumatic.
Language barrier is a constant issue it seems. @ diyeboard/jason,please don’t take it as an offence, but native English speaker support would be a great improvement.
When Jason mentions that the wheel and motor pulley needs the same alignment he is not talking about the belt being at the same height on both pulleys. The distance measured between the motor and wheel pulley needs to be identical across the whole length. If not, the motor mount has been installed incorrectly or as Jason mentioned, a few screws might be loose.
@Jason. There has to be a procedure for failures that happen under load. You can’t just expect your ESC to be 100% ok by just showing it working when the drive train is not under load (upside down video). There could be a host of issues why it fails when someone is riding it. Same with any ESC, including the much more expensive VESC. Since the diyeboard ESC is so cheap, I doubt that Pusher would be trying to acquire one for free. It doesn’t make sense.