By altering the number of layers of material that we add into the mould, we are are able to tune the final performance of the TRAMPA decks relevant to the riders weight height & ability. Please use the FLEXOMETER above as a guide to help you choose the right ply board for you. TRAMPA's FLEXOMETER information is to be interpreted as a 'GUIDE ONLY' as there is no fixed rule as to which is the exact right deck for you. The weight, height & ability of the rider will all help determine which is the right sort of deck for you, but of course the most important factor is personal preference as to how the rider wants their deck to feel.... Some riders like it flexi, some like it firm, some like it very very stiff.... It depends on what you are doing on your board, i.e. freestyle, freeride, boarder-cross, altho there is guidance there is no right & no wrong just personal preference but when purchasing a deck from TRAMPA we want to make sure you get it exactly the way you want it! so if your stuck as to which one is the best for you them please drop as a line...
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The 35° TRAMPA Street Carver deck is the latest deck in the TRAMPA range. It has been specifically shaped to work with the new Street Carver range of Truck steering systems. Choosing a low ply flexier deck makes carving on the street a fantastic sensation, whilst choosing a stiffer deck & adding DAMPA's into the Trucks tightens the steering turning the deck one of the fastest & most stable decks on the market!
The 35° TRAMPA Street Carver deck is available in 3 different flex rates, 14ply is the most flexible, 16ply is the stiffest. Please use the FLEXOMETER in the TAB ABOVE for guidance as to which is the most suitable ply deck for you or mail this link if you need some extra guidance. The 35° TRAMPA Street Carver deck is only supplied as Drilled, Edged & Sanded, Fully Gripped & with Marine Grade Stainless Steel Bolt Kit!
Regardless of which deck you choose, all TRAMPA Decks are totally Un-Breakable! We offer you a lifetime gaurantee! Our incredible composite material is so strong whilst still flexible, the material will not split, delaminate or break in any way regardless of the environment you use it in. TRAMPA decks are considered the "Poppiest" decks on the market, the performance is un-matched, you will fly higher & have more cushioned landings thanks to the performance of the deck! All TRAMPA deck's are customised to suit the riders weight, ability & personal preference.
The 35° TRAMPA Street Carver deck is the latest deck in the TRAMPA range. It has been specifically shaped to work with the new Street Carver range of Truck steering systems. Choosing a low ply flexier deck makes carving on the street a fantastic sensation, whilst choosing a stiffer deck & adding DAMPA's into theREAD MORE...
|Deck Ply||14 ply||15 ply||16 ply|
|Blank Deck Weight||2,350g||2,500g||2,650g|
|Complete Deck Weight||7.0 kg||7.1 kg||7.3 kg|
|SINGLE MOTOR Street Carver Motormount with Pulley Kit||1,064g|
|12s BEAST Box inc Internal VESC Housing for SINGLE Motor||627g|
|1x VESC for BEAST BOX with NRF & Protective CNC T6 Heat Sink Housing||224g|
|Super flexible Silicone coated 1036 Strand, 12s1p XT90 Beast Box Cable Kit||118g|
|Rechargable Remote Control & Receiver - Thumb Controlled||50g|
|Mini INFINITY TRUCKS - SOLID Hanger & 9.525mm SOLID Steel Axles||1,645g|
|TRAMPA STICKIES Longboard WHEELS 83 or 90mm x set of 4||908g|
|Carveboard Bearings R6 2RS ABEC 7 9.525mm x 22.225mm x 7.14mm x8||0g|
|Total component weight||4,636g|
|Deck Ply||14 ply||15 ply||16 ply|
|Blank Deck Weight||2,350g||2,500g||2,650g|
|General Flex Rating||firm||stiff||very stiff|
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Its beyond my gramatical skills to be able describe to you just how good it feels to ride TRAMPA's awesome range of ELECTRIC STREET CARVER DECKS..! To say they are RADICALLY DIFFERENT (not original) or are the most BREATHTAKING BOARDING EXPERIENCE you have only ever dreamed off, (sounds like a load off xxxxxxxx) are honestly for me, both huge understatements, as literally im still shaking my head in dis-belief each time i return back from a ride out on one of them...
TRAMPA's Electric Street Caver is genuinely totally un-comparable to any board that's ever been created before it. For the Carve hungry, it can turn so tight it can throw your off or if flat out speed is your thing they can be setup so stiff it can be set up to go like a rocket!! I guess the closest description i can give is to say something along the lines of 'It feels like the thrill of a motor cross bike, whilst being stood on a surfboard, but on the best run you have ever riden, travelling endlessly or until your feet are burning for a break, its amazing!'
The entire TRAMPA CARVE range (STREET, URBAN 7 GUMMIES) is fully interactive with itself & with the right Pulleys & belt combinations (you need different sized Pulleys to fit the different sized wheels to give you the best correct gearing performance & you will need a different sized belt to fit the different size of pulley correctly) but you can setup the Carve Deck in any of the 3 combinations by simply swapping the wheels & belts really easily. Regardless of the setup the TRAMPA CARVEBOARD instantly looks & performs completely different (better) to everything else before it....
If you have some super smooth surfaces to ride (like i do, the new tram path is like F1 Tarmac & goes for well over 5 miles past my house) then the TRAMPA ELECTRIC STREET CARVER is definitely the model to take, it is so good it will literally transform your life! The deck can be setup to be super loose for intense Ninga carving or set mega tight for Insane Top Speed... All TRAMPA Boards are now fitted as standard with the amazing VESC 6 Speed Controller which is connected with TRAMPA's very own & Highly Flexible Silicone Coated Cables. The Single Motor Carve deck uses the rear mounted Carbon Fiber 12s Beast Box which is capable of housing 1x 12s or 2x 6s batteries (NOT SUPPLIED) to give un-believable power & performance through just 1 wheel making well over 50kmph of Top Speed achievable & too top it off a potential range of well over 15 Kilometers or more can easily be achieved from a single charge of 1x 12s battery.
There is much debate over whether using a single Motor & Rear mounted Battery Box on your Street Carver compared to a Twin Motor Underboard Battery Box as to what is best...? For sure adding Twin Motors to any TRAMPA Board gives un-imaginable performance. Twin motor setups are powerful machines, they will double your Grip, Increase your acceleration, Take you up steeper hills easier and faster & will run flat out for longer periods of duration, but then of course adding Twin motors on this kind of deck (No Bindings) means then you are forced to take the heavier SOLID Deck & to position the batteries under the board, which i also agree with, putting the batteries underneath the deck makes the Deck look very sleek n Sexy & i get it when people ask what is that on the back of the Single Motor Beast Box deck, (refering to the battery box on the back), however Adding twin motors firstly adds a huge additional cost to your purchase whilst at the same time almost doubles the weight of the board as you will need more batteries which are heavy & 1 more speed controller (not cheap or light) & then the wiring can be challenging with not a lot of room for maneuver and of course it is debatable of some riders are skilled enough to warrant riding Twin Motor all the time... Its like going from Porsche 911 to Porsche 918 Spyder, the difference is very noticable....
However, on first concept the TRAMPA Carve Deck is supposed to be a small sized City bound Urban Styled deck with flex, not Flexi, but it is designed to at least have some good flex about it to make as its not designed as an all out racer, & well by adding the batteries underneath the deck in a tray, of course this tightens the flex considerably & then seeing as im not an electrician & i do not own the skills to make my own custom 18650 battery or repair on when it went wrong, i wonder about the obvious issues of the deck being so flexi whilst having so many expensive batteries in there and from my own experience, (i ride a too & from work daily), eventually you get caught out by the weather & your forced to wait it out in the pub for the rain to die down, but eventually you have to head home but its still wet & everything is getting soaked... it happens... & that's when my mind tends to worry about the cells being located under the flexi deck...
In the first place the Carve range of products are designed to be smaller & much lighter weight versions of the original TRAMPA Mountainboards. The Carver Decks were to be designed smaller & ligter to be far more use friendly in the new environment they are designed to live in, in my experience riding mostly on cycle paths your often at Traffic lights with roads to cross... My Single Motor Ultimate Urban Carver is so easy to jump of & pick up at the lights, it weighs just over 9kg is really light well balanced n dead easy to pick up by simply slipping my middle fingers through the HOLYPRO holes in the top of the deck, im able to jossle my way to the front of any ques and im usually ahead of any cyclists trying to puff theor way to work & as i like to carve loads on my route to work i love my deck to be super flexi, im 75kg using 14ply Holypro & having nothing underneath the deck it means i can literally jump up and down on the deck like its name suggests, like a TRAMPALINE!!
In my opinion The Mountain boards are for more suitably sized & work in an environment where they demand the extra Grip & performance to take Twin motors, however, genuinely speaking, as a City/Urban styled boarder using the single motor deck from the day it was first created, i am yet to find a street the single motor boards cant get up, for sure i have found some where they could take a different gearing and if i wasnt short of time id change the pulley to be smaller to make it easier up the steepest of hills but then i would sacrifice my top end speed a little bit for everything else thati rde, so maybe if i lived in a very hilly place (say San Francisco) then maybe i would be more inclinded to look towards making myself a very special TWIN Motor setup for sure, but even then if i decided to take the twin motor setup i think id still consider the larger mountainboard style board with battery on the top so i still have lots of the flex i like to ride....
On the same subject, Nottingham is a very hilly place claiming the 2nd steepest Street in England & we (the TRAMPA Crew) seriously do a lot of riding... We live close to the office & ride into & out of work everyday the weather is good enough too, perhaps with a detour & few pints on the way home, we have gone everywhere we can & so far we have not found a hill/road/street that these 12s Street Carve Beasts cant get up, in fact its not a case of just getting up the hill,once you have a Twin Motor setup its no longer a case of getting up its a case of literally ripping back up the hill, being able to stay on the board when heading up a steep hill on a board with such power becomes a mind blowing 'Hill-arious' challenge un-imaginable until tried!! lol :-)
TRAMPA's Electric Boards are sold to you as an advanced DIY project & the final assembly will need completing by you. At an additional cost TRAMPA is now able to supply a selection of suitable chargers relevant to the batteries we suggest you take from Hobbyking, but mostly due to shipping restrictions we are not currently capable of selling you the Batteries, this is mostly due to international security measures not allowing the items to fly, the criteria is quite challenging & TRAMPA is too small, were just not setup for that just yet, however the exact equipment i & all the team use is available from local stores to you, & if it is not available locally you can get batteries from companies who for fill the shipping requirements very easily compared to us. All the Components & Motor Mounts are assembled by Hand at the TRAMPA HQ & no drilling or modifications by you should be needed to be mahe the final assembly, but the Components will need fixing together when you receive them. Sending the Deck in component form saves incredibly on the shipping costs & gives you the best chance to learn your board, which in turn will give you the insight for maintenance, which should be completed on a regular basis & to be able to fix it should anything go wrong when out on a ride! Manuals for the assembly can be found within the Manual Tab showing underneath the main product image.