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wireless electric skateboard

Postby thien63 » Mon Mar 10, 2008 10:50 pm

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I already produce the 1st generation of electric skateboard with wireless remote control ( accelerate/brake). I like to make the 2nd generation electric skateboard, but I ran out the money. The 2nd generation it's 10 ten better than the 1st generation because the 2nd generation look like a regular skateboard. Anther word, you won't see the batteries, motor, it's half of the weight from the 1st, you can do many tricks, it can go over 30 miles distance, the speed is 25mph, 1.5 hour to fully charge or 30 minutes for 80% charged. If you go 25 mph on this skateboard is like driving your car at 120 mph. This is not just a fun skateboard, also a serious transportation. Here some people can use this electric skateboard: Cop, mailman, student goto school, worker goto work, downtown package delivery, hockey on electric skateboard, security patrol....
Because the skateboard is small and light so it will fit in the locker, in your car, on the bus, carry on your back... It's not bulky as the over price slow Segway. let me know your thoughts or investors.
BTW I have over 100 inventios and prototypes.

Postby bottleslingguy » Tue Mar 11, 2008 3:42 am

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A cop on a skateboard... for some reason I can't see that happening. Other than that it sounds great! Maybe enter one of those contests like Everyday Edisons. Good luck.

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Postby makeworldbetter » Tue Mar 11, 2008 9:03 am

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thien63 wrote:BTW I have over 100 inventios and prototypes.



Do you have a website to show some of your public prototype?

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Postby makeworldbetter » Tue Mar 11, 2008 9:32 am

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thien63 wrote:The 2nd generation it's 10 ten better than the 1st generation because the 2nd generation look like a regular skateboard. Anther word, you won't see the batteries, motor...

it can go over 30 miles distance, the speed is 25mph, 1.5 hour to fully charge or 30 minutes for 80% charged.


I found it hard to believe since this Scooter can only do 16mph with range over 8miles. And its machine part is very visible. http://www.extremescooters.biz/bladez-xtr-450-se-electric-scooter.aspx

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Postby makeworldbetter » Tue Mar 11, 2008 9:37 am

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And this one 8mph speed, 5 mile range. At same website

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Don't tell me your board use unclear energy or solar power and it only works under sunlight.

Postby makeworldbetter » Tue Mar 11, 2008 9:42 am

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This one is closer to you claim, it use hard wheels.
faster to 20mph and range 6/9 miles.
If yours use solar power then its possible

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Motor: 24V Brush D/C with Aluminum heat sink
Maximum Speed: * 20 mph (turbo mode)
Dual Performance: Turbo and Economy Modes
Batteries: (4) 12V SLA (sealed lead acid)
Transmission: Advanced Computerized and programmable Variable Speed Controller
Chain Drive: - 15/52 stock sprocket ratio
Range: Econo Mode: 9+ miles / Turbo Mode: 6 miles
Unmatched Hill Climbing ability
Weight: 45 lbs
Max Load: 300+ lbs

Postby makeworldbetter » Tue Mar 11, 2008 9:49 am

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and all these are heavy. 40lbs plus. Make it hard to carry on your back


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Motor: 24V Brush D/C with Aluminum heat sink
Maximum Speed: 20 mph (turbo mode)
Dual Performance: Turbo and Economy Modes
Batteries: (4) 12V SLA (sealed lead acid) 11Ah @ 10hr rate, 6Ah @ 15min rate
Power Controller: Advanced Computerized and programmable Variable Speed Controller
Charger On board smart charger 110v-240v capability
Range Econo Mode: 12+ miles
Range Turbo Mode: 8 miles (with 160lb rider, flat ground, non-stop)
Unmatched Hill Climbing ability
Transmission: Chain Drive
Dimensions Not Folded: L-48" W-18" H-41" / Folded: L-48" W-18" H-17"
Weight: 62 lbs
Max Load: 400 lbs
Frame: Aircraft quality 4130 Chromyl frame
Fork Patented: cantilevered aircraft quality 4130 Chromyl fork
Handlebar: 6061-T6 aircraft aluminum
Tires: Pneumatic 10â€

Postby mojo62 » Tue Mar 11, 2008 9:55 am

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Man MWB, I wish you could do some research for me :wink: :arrow:

Postby makeworldbetter » Tue Mar 11, 2008 10:24 am

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I did, didn't I?

Postby makeworldbetter » Wed Mar 12, 2008 10:13 am

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no response in defence?
Maybe an invention in dream.
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