Here’s part 3 of HOW TO Build Custom DIY Electric Skateboard. In part 3, we finish up the skateboard by installing everything inside the battery enclosure and doing some touch-up like hot gluing charging port, and drilling holes for the battery enclosure.
After that, we test out the new board by taking it for a few miles around the neighborhood, double-checking every mile that nothing is coming off, making sure everything is running smooth.
This is NOT FINISHED YET. In part 4, we will do a full range test, top speed test, and also optimize the skateboard. Subscribe so you don’t miss part 4!
P.S. I will have a shortened version of the tutorial in both video and written language soon, sorry I just spent a LOT of time this so wanted to upload it first, enjoy!
Landyachts Evo 40 Deck – Get at DaddiesBoardshop – Link
Haggyboard Kahua Trucks & Motor Mount – Link
120mm Cloud Wheels – Link
Flipsky VESC 6.60 Plus w/ Anti-Spark – Link
Flipsky 6374 Motors – Link
12S2P Samsung 40T Battery I built, check out How to Build 12S2P Samsung 40T DIY Electric Skateboard Battery Pack!
Total Cost: Around $1300 w/ parts, taxes, and shipping included.
Total Time to Build:
10 hours for battery pack
20 hours for assembly
Around 30 hours of work.