Its not often that we get something this exciting in the scooter category.
The influence of the Vostok is clearly there and I think you did a great job of simplifying some of it’s over engineered aspects. I really hope we all get to see this one come to life and am glad to support in any modest way I can.
It looks great so far in my books and would like to offer two cents of feedback as requested:
The thing that probably jumps out the most is the discrepancy between the agressive design, dimensions, and suspension system on the one hand and the power specs on the other. A 50A limit on a 72v battery is very, very low. For reference it is around half of that of the Dualtron Storm. I run what is not a relatively standard upgrade on my Dualtron Thunder with a 20s10p (samsung 40T), ANT MBS (400A peak) and a pair of 6F Nucular controllers. The Vostok 2.0 has stated spec of 500A peak
The reason that there are no single motor systems in anything, but entry level scooters is because that configuration just cannot deliver power in the same manner. The original Rion Apex was the first and last such attempt and despite their race cars expertise, carbon fiber build in a super light chassis it barely equaled the performance of the half price / double weight Thunder. Sure the Vostok do its at the cost of incredible complications of the liquid cooling system and the Vostok 1 from all videos I have seen accelerates slightly faster than the Thunder and DTX but is by no means a “high performance” scooter … again from the videos shown.
Speaking of motors, seems that you are going for standard hubs and if so, you might want to checkout the 130/40 R6.5 originally produced to replace the square times from the Weped’s. They fit the thunder/ultra rims but as they are larger once mounted they do not work with all designs … just saying as they’d look really cool on your design.
Why dual shocks on the rear, it might be easier and cheaper to go with a single shock design like the Bronco 11 extreme.
Nucular controllers are among the best and offer a lot of configurability. The 12F is the right choice here but the waiting list can be of over a year. You should get your pre-order in asap and since there is no pre-payment or deposit involved make sure to order a pair so you give yourself some room to decide later down the road. The way it works is that you indicate your interest in buying and they issue you a waiting list number for your order and when your turn comes up you can pay for it and have it shipped or decline and they pass on to the next happy customer.