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i want to use hard mode. But i also want soft..
after riding soft mode i want to ride on hard mode again. And vice versa
but i will choose soft mode for now. it is atleast slightly safer (less agressive power spikes)
and less foot fatigue. I like the hard mode how it feels so powerfull. But the soft mode makes me glide. And it feels like there is no wheel and no feet just a gliding motion..
so for now. Soft mode for me
and im also thinking a lot more about better safe than sorry after my burned mosfet...
if i didnt do that already..
I personally prefer the feel of a harder mode, but the soft mode has some serious advantages too.
For one, there is the relaxed cruise factor, where a soft mode actually should make the ride slightly "safer". At least from the perspective of swallowing small disturbances like cracks and holes without you indadvertedly changing your input and adding your own instability to the disturbance. But then again, if you really need a hard brake, the hard mode is quicker of the mark...
As I understand it a "soft mode" is not really using less power as max, but is more exponential in it's response. You still need to "catch" the rider if they push it, but you can have a bigger zone where the response to input is not as drastic.
That begs the question ... does anyone know what kind of plastic the various KingSong and Gotway Shells are made of? My MSuper V3s+ shell seems to all be made out of the same type of plastic, with the exception of the housing for the headlight, charger, and tail light. But, my Tesla looks like it could be made from a couple of different types of plastic. My daughter's Kingsong 14D, looks like it could be made from ABS since it does remind me of the plastic used for Legos. Is there a thread anywhere in here that lists out the types of plastics our wheels are made of?