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GeorgeMendes

So I bought a liftboard...

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I bought a liftboard for ~one hundred sixty on ebay from some import enterprise. i was going to construct my own board however searching at the lift board made me realise, even if it is an unpopular board with issues, i can upgrade out of these problems. I ordered the single motor one and although it is not right here yet, and wont be for some days, im already planning out improvements. Im thinking about upgrading the esc to a vesc subsequent paycheck, then letting some thing breaks destroy and replace it with higher high-quality parts. So my question right here is am i being stupid or is this plan of "if it ain't broke dont restore it" going to work? I assume it will be a pretty regular upgrade path as i am expecting matters to fail, simply not unexpectedly.

What different matters must I take into account upgrading asap? All recommendation is welcome.

i am definitely right with electronics and experience relaxed soldering, even would possibly see if i cannot upload cells to the battery eventually...

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On 04/05/2019 at 00:21, GeorgeMendes said:

I bought a liftboard for ~one hundred sixty on ebay from some import enterprise. i was going to construct my own board however searching at the lift board made me realise, even if it is an unpopular board with issues, i can upgrade out of these problems. I ordered the single motor one and although it is not right here yet, and wont be for some days, im already planning out improvements. Im thinking about upgrading the esc to a vesc subsequent paycheck, then letting some thing breaks destroy and replace it with higher high-quality parts. So my question right here is am i being stupid or is this plan of "if it ain't broke dont restore it" going to work? I assume it will be a pretty regular upgrade path as i am expecting matters to fail, simply not unexpectedly.

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What different matters must I take into account upgrading asap? All recommendation is welcome.

i am definitely right with electronics and experience relaxed soldering, even would possibly see if i cannot upload cells to the battery eventually...

 

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