Linny might a young dude, but his ganja-themed builds show a maturity and craftsmanship that belie his age. He picks his parts carefully, preps everything meticulously, then it all comes together in a flash.
Since his builds are so tight, it’s hard to pick out any one attribute. But if pressed, I might say that his paintwork is perhaps the most impressive feature of his builds. The paint is always deep and flawless to the eye, with excellent detail and polish. And I’m not saying this because I really, really, really want him to paint one of my boards. That would be wrong.
We’ll start with his most recent creation:
Deck: Landyachtz Evo Falcon 36″
Enclosure: Eboosted Falcon enclosure
Trucks/wheels: Haggy Kahua with Bergmeisters
Drivetrain: Avio AT Gear Drive
Motors: Flipsky 6354s 190kv
VESC: Focbox Unity
Battery: 10s4p 30Q battery pack. (Was considering other cells like 30T, 40T, or VTC5A in smaller cells to save on weight, but went for 30Q in the end because of $$.)
Misc: Riptide tunnel risers, bushings, and pivot cups.
“Mmmmm… delicious. Final weight is right smack at 10kg surprisingly.
So yea, this build is perfect for urban carving and occasional offroad on grass etc. But I’ll probably use this often for when it has light rains. My area seems to have that often. It’s not heavy rain, but the floors get wet. The Landyachtz Evo deck with these trucks and wheels seem to be a good pair up, as the water that splashes does not hit the deck or enclosure, so the belly stays relatively dry. Of course, mud guards would help even more. So there! Hope you guys liked the build as much as I do.”
Deck: Jet Spud
Drive system: Avio Gear Drive
Trucks: Caliber II 44 degree
Battery: 10S3P 30Q
Motor: 6374 TB 190KV
VESC: TB 4.12
Wheels: 107mm Abec Reflys
“Do not underestimate this small guy. This mini monster truck can bomb hills and has crazy range for its size. Weighing at 8kg, it is a bit on the heavy side for a commuter board, but powered with a 10s3p battery on a single gear drive, the rolling resistance is almost… nothing! Throttle a little bit and let the free roll get you to your destination. Because of the efficiency from the gear drive and with the help of some ceramic bearings, the free rolling + my riding style gives me 50km range give and take. Previously on a belt drive with dual idlers, it would yield 40km or so.”
The Kushboard Titan.
Deck: 34″ Jet Spud
Drive system: Dual Belt Drive
Trucks: Trampa Infinity
Battery: 12S5P 30Q
Motors: 6380 TB 170KV
VESC: FOCBOX Unity
Wheels: Trampa SuperStars
“What do you call an MTB set up on a longboard deck? A hybrid? Yea let’s go with that. The board is a 12s5p 30Q monster, powering two 6380s, giving lots of torque for decent offroading and crazy hill climbing ability. The 6.5 inch wheels help with comfort, and the power from this board is more than enough for a 70kg guy.”
The Kushboard Nano.
Deck: 121c Orbiter
Drive system: Avio Gear drive
Trucks: Custom pained Caliber
Battery: 7s2p 30Q
Motor: 6355 TB 190KV |
VESC: Flipsky 4.12 |
Wheels: 97mm Abec Reflys
“It’s a hella lightweight build. Weighing in at 5kg, it’s great for short commutes or if you have to mall grab it. Specs wise, it’s a 7s2p 30Q battery, a small pack which gives me 25km range on a gear drive. Using a torque boards 190kv 6355 motor on NuttyJeff’s Avio urethane gear drive on 17/45 gearing gives me good enough torque to handle inclines. Very carvey due to the soft bushings used but still very stable on 30km.”