Got this Street Carver about 2 years now.
This is how it arives, with 83mm Wheels, Ultimate Trucks and thinnest Deck :
Beautiful Trucks imo :
Run it as single rear drive the first time with a SK3-6374 :
Placed the ESC and Battery on the underside like in most common streetbuilds :
Nice to ride but as always i wanted more (-; added a second drivetrain on the frontend.
Dual Diagonal Drive is not bad but compared to Dual rear as usal on the MTB´s i dont really get on with it.
Drivetrain parts are HTD5-9mm with, made from steel raw material...
Changed Motors to shorter 6364-213KV and mounted both on the rear truck, still running the 6S Quicrun ESC´s :
Used some shity hobbyfoam to cover all the mess on the underside ... cutted with a knive and hotglued
I have to say that i not used the Carver much, i´m so much into the MTB stuff and just take it out for a ride to rare ...
Thought about what i can do to have more fun with it and decidet to modify the Carver with Bindings and a Layout lime the MTB to get more ground clearence for jumps etc ...
Used another Trampa MTB Deck as a template to drill the binding holes :
countersunk from underside :
Mounted Trampa Bindings and Heelstraps :
Hell yeah (-;
After Trampa starts selling pulleys for the Carver Wheels i decidet to go with this parts.
So a nice upgrade to 15mm Belts, and some lost gramms compared to my heavy steel parts :
Modified my excisting mounts for the shorter gearing / axledistance, fast mod :
Looking badass with the wide aluminium pulleys imo ... :
Added for a short test some VESC´s with 10S Lipo, but i dont get on with it. I know most people love it but for me the delay in torque is a big downside. So quick change to the old 6S Hobbywings for some rainy Christmas runs (-;
Have had a lot of fun on really small area bei doing little drifts on wet surface until it gets dark (-:::
Now preparing the next upgrade
To be continiued ...