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    rc skateboard

    i just got an rc skate board. its made by rcsk8. it needs a new battery and iv done some research but not really found any info on the batterys or type of motor. id like to run lipos because this thing is heavy (30+ lbs). i think it said its either 450 or 600 watt motor. not really sure about all the electronics involved in it. any help or info would be greatly appreciated

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    RE: rc skateboard

    i found out it runs off two 12 volt 9ah batterys. theyre aproximatly 7-8 inches long by 3 inches tall and deep. could i run a lipo equivilant? not sure of the motor yet but its brushed and almost the size of a soda can

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    RE: rc skateboard

    im thinking of going gas with the skateboard. i have a stock homelite. im not sure what gear ratio i would have to run. ill take some pictures tonite to share mounting ideas

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    RE: rc skateboard

    Dual 3s lipos would work just make sure that they can put up with the current draw.
    multiply c and the capacity and thats max amps.
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