Have you done any customization or any modification? Post pictures!
@riofiume Where Did You Get These Lasers? How are they mounted?
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Here's my latest board version.
Blackout with Eight2Ten products - swap to a monochrome griptape, with custom stencil work on it. Pretty darn happy.
WOW! Thanks for sharing your pictures. This is my first time seeing all of your modifications and I like futureboy's because it looks like my board, the Doubletail. I transferred my V1 sensor to an Onetail so I can have Onetails on both sides. Many people claimed I'd nosedive more because of that modification but it isn't true lol! I would LOVE to use the sensor from a plus footpad because they are larger than the V1 sensor but they are not available for sale yet. Anyway, the flight fins inspired me to install Freeboad's S2 Bindings on the Doubletail so I can carve harder and jump over cracks, tree roots, and curbs. Now, many people are claiming I will break my ankles if I nosedive lol. I like the detachable S2 bindings and it gives my board a double personality lol. Without them, it's name is still the Doubletail but when I put the bindings back on I call my board the Ankle Breaker ha.
Hello! You obviously remove the original grip tape that was over the sensor,any trick on how to remove it with out damaging the sensor?
Winter is coming.
@steeve I used a heat gun on low setting to make the tape easier to peel off (be careful not to melt the tape). I read that blow dryers work too also some people leave their OW in the sun for few hours to soften the tape. The challenge for me was removing the plastic covering the sensor it was glued down pretty good (I used putty knife).
@ow-miami Looks good! What kind of grip tape did you use?
Beautiful Job on the Boards Decks!!
Question did you move the sensor in between the grip tape the board or did you leave it where it was is the back of the board on top of the sensor???
I got rid of the S2 bindings because I realized I like to use the Onewheel for cruising, not tricks/flights. Anyway, I got tired of waiting for the plus footpad so I put two V1 sensors in parallel on my Onetail. It works really nice and it feels like a plus footpad lol. My wife loved my mod so I made a second one for her Onewheel! I know this set up cost $100 for two sensors plus $100 for the Onetail on each side but it is WORTH it!!!