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Never mind, I got it working. The trick was a 65w soldering iron with a chisel tip and some 63/37 solder. I had been trying to use a cheap 25w one with some lead-free radioshack solder.
All the parts came, but I'm having a lot of trouble soldering the lipo cells. The solder won't stick to the tabs no matter what I do. Do you have any advice? Did you use a special iron or solder or flux? Thanks!
The top speed will probably be lower than 45km/h because of friction and other losses. Even if it is 45km/h, I won't ride that fast until I get used to it since I have never ridden a longboard :P
Thanks for the reply, I'll switch those pulleys out. If you could upload those files that would be awesome.
Great job on this longboard! It's pretty sweet. I love how you have a pocket recessed into the deck for your electronics. I've been planing a build for a while and I'm been wondering if anyone could give me some advice on the parts I've picked.https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/15Kc5Cj0lPO...
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