Evolve GTX Battery Mods Now Available

The Bamboo Series GT mods, pictured above,  have been a wild success. I would like to thank everyone who sent us their Evolve Bamboos for putting their trust in us so that we can give them the experience they were probably hoping for when they bought their GT brand new to begin with. Ouch, I know. But somebody has to clean up this corporate suit mess and we're here to help. 

In the spirit of the afore mentioned mess cleaning help, I'm proud to announce that we will be doing the GTX mods as well. It claims to have a better pack, and maybe it does. However, we can still improve it by throwing it in the garbage with the rest of the shit prismatic cells and making you a new one out of glorious 18650s sent from li-ion heaven itself. So send in your new 10Ah gold plated GTX and we'll eliminate the voltage sag and give you a few more miles of range. 

You're welcome. 


  • Hey I was requested from another Rider to check u out and I’m glad I did…I just got an carbon gt from evolve would like to get a battery pack from u but I live in NYC

    Edwin Gutierrez
  • Hell longhaired gentleman!

    It seems that i found you quite to late, then again maybe jst in time…..

    I have purchased a GTX wich is sitting at my house still hoefully wrapped in the box when i come home.
    When i heared about you on one of the forums i understood right away that you are te go to guy to eliminate the battery issue´s on the Evolve boards.

    Now the only thing that i am not sure about is how to get this done on mine as i live in Norway. I would love to have a smooth ride without any glitches from the current battery pack in my board.

    Shipping it by airfreight is probably a big No No. Or is this doable?

    Looking forward to your reply.

    Best regards from Norway,

    Peter Van De Walle
  • Hi so what is the Range with your mod? I thought the GTX Range of 50 km is already really pushing it?

  • Holy WOW—With your 30Q 10s4p pack my Bamboo GT now works the way I imagined it would from the beginning. I have so much range that I literally don’t know what to do with it. Voltage sag is a think of the past, and as a result the power is better and also more predictable…I don’t have to worry about pulling the trigger only to be thrown off as the BMS shuts down or find it in eco mode after 3 miles (at which point I’m now at 97%)! Thank you LHB—My only regret is that I didn’t buy a custom board from you in the first place!

    Matthew Nelson

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