Author: Metroboard Electric Skateboard via YouTube
Introducing the MetroboardX! The All Terrain and Street Electric Skateboard you have been waiting for! From the company that’s been designing and building Electric Skateboards in the US since 2004! Finally the board of your dreams is here!
-Easily Change between Street and All Terrain wheels! 190 MM AT Wheels and 107 mm Abec11 Street Wheels included!
-VESC Based Motor Controllers with FOC for a super smooth, quiet, and responsive ride!
-Dual Monster Power 6374 Brushless Motors to feed your adrenaline!
-26 mph Top Speed with Street Wheels / 23 mph Top Speed with AT Wheels (optional higher speed wheel pulleys TBA)
-30 mile range with Street Wheels / 20 mile range with AT wheels
-4 Watt High Power Lighting in Front, Rear, and Underbody as well!
-Carbon Fiber Deck with 1″ Dropped Platform for stability and to lock your feet in place!
-Double Bushing Precision CNC Machined Aluminum Trucks for amazing carving even with AT wheels!
-10 mm / 12 mm Diameter Stainless Steel Truck Axles designed to handle the abuse of hard core riding!
-App to see real time data and adjust settings on your smartphone!
-Easily turn on board, check battery status, and charge without having to flip over your board!
-Automatic Belt Tensioning makes changing belts or wheels out a trouble free process!
How does the MetroboardX compare to the Evolve Carbon GT:
-Evolve battery 10Ah (with bad voltage sag) vs MetroboardX 16Ah (LG MH1 cells with minimal voltage sag)
-Evolve motor 5065 vs MetroboardX 6374 (twice the power)
-Evolve cast trucks vs MetroboardX Precision CNC Machined
-Evolve remote with wireless glitches vs MetroboardX remote with near bullet proof wireless connection
-Evolve street wheels 83 mm Chinese vs MetroboardX 107 mm Genuine ABEC11 wheels
-Evolve ESC vs MetroboardX VESC (much smoother and with FOC)
-Evolve no lights vs MetroboardX built in high power lighting
-Evolve no built in belt tensioner vs MetroboardX built in automatic belt tensioner
-Evolve charging jack and power switch under board vs MetroboardX on top of the deck for easy access!
How does the MetroboardX compare to the Lacroix Board?