Any EV builders also avid Paintball-ers?

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Any EV builders also avid Paintball-ers?

No reason you couldn't build an electric powered one for fun and games!

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This one was estimated to sell for a bloated $14k. I think the trax would be the most expensive part here...

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Re: Any EV builders also avid Paintball-ers?

No one interested in the paintball war effort?

Support your troops!

Send in your steel pennies!

Buy paint bonds!

No? Okay.

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Re: Any EV builders also avid Paintball-ers?

Nice. I do paintball quite a bit. If I had some extra money (or extra money that wasn't going into an E-bike and a speeding ticket), didn't have school or any of that silly stuff that occupies time I might want to make a paintball electric vehical. Because you have very high torque, and don't have to worry about transmissions or anything (just gear it for really low speeds) it would be perfect for paintball tanks.

Oh, and I'm sure you could build a Paintball EV for less cash. Might not look as pretty, but it's definetely doable.

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