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Enertion eboard with Honey deck


#1

Finally finished my eboard. Took 40 min to put together. Finding the right board took weeks.

Parts;

Enertion pro drive+ motor and truck kit
Enertion space cell pro4
Enertion Vesc
Honey Velocity 42 inch deck.

Just finished up taking it for a spin and i have to say its pretty impressive so far. Tomorrow I’ll take it for a long ride and share my thoughts.

https://1drv.ms/f/s!AtaKQZy6S3Wol3grSuFfmGaaohzk


#2

What did you use for controller?


#3

Not sure what it’s call but got it from Enertion. It has a little ring hold


#4

Could you send a link?


#5

Old stock. Only available through support.


#6

Maybe this one?


#7

Nice! Looks like mine.


#8

This one. Like the feeling of it. Not sure why it’s an old model.


#9

You had influence in my decision :slight_smile:

Thank you. Good recommendation!


#10

So far with only the mono drive I’ve clocked 38 kph with more up its sleeve! I’ve completed 24km on one charge with 40% battery remaining. I weigh 95kg. Are these good numbers?

So far I’m loving the board with the exception of what I believe to be interference/jamming on the odd occasion. Which I’ve discovered is irrelevant to the battery status.

Has anyone had a similar experience? Is the receiver and winning remote to blame?


#11

I’ve posted about “stuck throttle” or unresponsive brakes using the winning remote before and know a couple other users here with similar issues. I’ve switched remotes for this reason and have been doing well with my new remote that I plan to sell on here in late october/early november.

As for range, sounds like you’re getting decent range with it! You should be getting about 36km per charge going on flats.


#12

Thanks @Jinra , what remote are you using?

Awesome, thought it was good for my weight.

Anyone wondering if one motor is enough, rest assured. The Enertion pro drive + carries my frame up some decent hills and I haven’t felt much heat (maybe because it’s winter here). Credit where credit is due @onloop. This is not a fanboy post (if you think it is read my posts around my purchase) just some assurance to those looking to move into the diy but don’t have the budget for 2 of everything.


#13

#14

Where do you buy it as a standalone item?


#15

You can get one from http://miamielectricboards.com/shop-1/handheld-electric-remote if you want it right away. I think it’s an older revision though. You can also order through benchwheel directly, but it may take some time to get to you.


#16

These numbers are awesome. Makes me pumped to get my board together!


#17

You will be very happy. Make sure you thread lock everything properly. My motor mount got lose yesterday and damaged the gearing on the wheel. Good news though. Ordered 2 replacemence last night from Enertion and they posted this morning!!! Thanks @EnertionSupport .


#18

I bought red and blue. Where do you think I should use blue (semi-perm) and where to use red?


#19

I only use blue and it’s good for everything, just make sure you give it 24 hours to cure.


#20

Great, now I don’t know what to do. I ordered the “old” remote from Enertion when I was getting parts, they refunded me $20USD and sent me a “better but cheaper” Winning remote. Hope I don’t die