Remove your battery in one minute or less!
- Included: Only one fastener
- How it works: Pull lever and twist to remove. The same technology used on Bicycle Wheel Quick Release!
- No tools required
- Compatible: All Boosted Boards - M6-1 bolt thread
- 1,000 mile warranty!
Materials - Constructed from the strongest and rust-proof alloys
- Air Craft Aluminum handle for low weight
- High Strength Stainless Steel threaded stud
See it in ACTION:
FAQ: Can I leave the battery connector hand tight?
Answer: Yes. I have been riding with the connector sufficiently hand tight and rode in snow and rain. Make sure it is definitely tight but you don't need to tighten with a tool.
Why 4 bolts instead of 6?
I thought it might be an issue too but I have over 1000 miles with 4 and no issues. We have hundreds of customers with no issues. There are a couple load sources - weight of the battery and cyclic loading coming from vibration while riding. We aren’t talking a lot of load placed on the insert connection into the deck, at most the static load is 12.5 lbs per bolt with the total max being 50lbs from the battery ( at least a 2x factor of safety). I looked up the “pull strength” connection of a wood inert and Purdue University publishes a report stating that the amount of force required to pull the insert is about 900lbs... per insert. If you have a V3 deck, it is a stronger deck and there will be even higher resistance. So yes, 4 bolts is only needed both mathematical and also real-world testing back it up.
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