Anatomy of the Min-Eboard

In this series of blogs we are delving deep in to what makes our electric skateboard so great, literally what makes them! We have taken each board apart down to its basic components and laid them bare for all to see. It’s a great insight in to the construction and engineering behind Slick Revolution Eboards.

We didn’t break down the eboards entirely, in that we could have gone further – separating the battery pack, wiring and BMS for example but we felt the ‘larger’ components down to the size of a bolt were enough to visualise our boards.

Detailed below are the individual parts in their basic form, some parts have additional detail and some are left in their simple form such as ‘2 x grub screw’ rather than ‘2 x M3 alloy steel grub screw’. Keep It Simple Stupid! KISS.


The Min-Eboard is identical to the Max-Eboard in all respects besides the deck.

1 x 560mm Bamboo Deck including grip tape

1 x lithium Ion Battery (22V, 8.8Ah, 193.6Wh)

1 x moulded battery case (includes On/Off switch, USB port)

1 x Battery Management System (BMS)

1 x motor wire sheath

4 x Polyurethane 83mm diameter wheels

8 x ABEC 7 wheels bearings

1 x 1200W brushless electric motor with hall sensor

1 x motor mount

2 x grub screw

1 x HTD5M 260mm drive belt

1 x belt drive cover

2 x M3 roundhead bolt

2 x baseplate + kingpin

2 x M8 kingpin hexagon locking nuts

2 x riser pad

2 x hanger + kingpin

2 x cone bushing

2 x barrel bushing

2 x barrel bushing cup

2 x cone bushing cup

8 x wheel washers

8 x M5 truck bolts

8 x M5 hexagon locking nuts

6 x M5 battery case bolts

1 x pulley/sprocket

1 x 35mm pulley bearing

Quite a lot of important parts go in to making the Min-Eboard function perfectly and we will be posting a few more photos soon showing some of the parts up close. We will also be running the ‘anatomy of’ series for all of our electric skateboards and may even look to extend it to our controllers, wheels and PCB. Letting you know a little bit more about the carving machine under your feet.

Check out the Min-Eboard here

Min-Eboard electric skateboard anatomy


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