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Just speculating, but I wonder if the higher voltage and current being used with the higher wattage rated motor could have burned out a capacitor or fried a cap lead/leg. I think KingSong has moved to insulate the capacitor legs on some of its models for some reason. I remember there were some issues before with them way back. I saw some photos later of the leads being covered up. I wonder what that was all about. @KingSong69 do you know the specifics there? Was it to help with vibration dampening by reinforcing the capacitor legs from repeated movement fatigue?
I think this will present the next problem of the new user account not being registered to the wheel meaning firmware can't be updated and Bluetooth passwords can't be changed. It may even prevent calibration via the app (not sure).
Thanks for reply, ok I see.
In the beginning after learning to move forward on the EUC sometimes I was in a haste and right up on it and start moving, after happening first time around I always take a few seconds when power on to hear, see and feel the wheel is on and stabilized but once I stand up on it then suddenly without any warning it drop me forward when leaning just a bit. It feels like it is stable at first and I am always in hardest mode (and want a harder mode in my next EUC in the future) cause I despise that soft feeling, like stepping into soft clay, goo and I want a very sharp, hard feeling EUC responding to slightest input immediately or that's what I think I want anyway I am still very, very new to all this. When I raced motocross and with bicycles it is not the same but then too I wanted a harder feeling bike, ACM to me feels so soft from factory it makes it harder to tell exactly the limit when this happen to me. But yes I would say it first feels hard and it balance me at first for a sec or 2 til start leaning and then just let go all the sudden?
Sorry I know it is not the best of explanations but English is not easy to me and not all natural trying to express what I am trying to say.To me it would seem capacitors should fill up fast and once the board is ready it should be ready and not "change it's mind" all the suddenly but I am of course no electrical guru with enough knowledge so please do correct me if thinking all wrong here? Very grateful for all information I can come by trying to solve this, and also providing the seller with as solid information as possible to help him out pinpointing this?
Perhaps I need even more time checking it out when first powering on before I go, just that even though not many seconds of time used up I do like idea of stepping right up and go more or less without first doing a safety routine simply cause it might sound like a easy thing to do, doing it 5 or times going through stairs, swapping trains, buses etc to work and then home again it gets old real fast, preferably I would like not to turn it off but just pushing a button on handle to temporarily stopping wheel from spinning when lifting it up but maybe that is asking for to much?I will head your advice though and I will take a bit more time from here just in case.
Not exactly, it warns when a certain speed or certain state of battery has been reached and on many wheels is configurable so you can be more conservative on how fast you go. However, as @KingSong69 has said, on the Gotway wheels it is set relatively slow so to go faster you have to turn it off and rely on beeps only. Many consider this potentially dangerous- I.e. you need to fully understand what you are doing and why if you choose to turn tiltback off.