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  1. Gotway ACM axle shims

    So after replacing the xt60’s on my ACM I’ve put about 60 miles on it . I’ve noticed a fair amount of back and forth play in the wheel while riding and when I just rock it back and forth while powered on. It feels as if the shell itself is moving . I can hear the plastic creak as it moves fore and aft . The nuts are right and so are the screws holding the shell to the footplate “bars?” So I’m assuming it’s a shim issue . Doesn’t seem like I can purchase them anywhere. anyone have experience finding them ?
  2. Hello everyone, I'm working on recreating the Gotway Monster shell as a CAD Document. The goal is to recreate a better, stronger Gotway Monster Shell/Body by using either injection molding, CNC milling, or diffused plastic printing. My goal is to use ABS Plastic and correct pain points found in the current design. I'm hoping this will increase the integrity of the shell, preventing it from cracking as easily. Is anyone on the forum interested in joining forces, working on the CAD drawings, and etc.? Regards.
  3. New to EUC

    Hi Guys, I need your help deciding on a wheel. I am from Australia and I have been researching this for quite sometime now. I can't seem to make a decision. Gotway seems to have the best capacity in the market but the worst quality control. With all the reported incidents on youtube; I do want to get the best, sturdiest, off-roading, long rage, highest wh out there but I dont want to die. Now I have seen many people on youtube crashing with Gotways without even reaching half its speed limit... ACM 2 giving up at 15mph after hitting a minute bump on the road. I sense a lot of frustration in many videos with gotways (ACM 2 with a wrong footplace installed). I need someone to give me an honest opinion on what is the best and safest out there for what I want bearing in mind that I dont plan on going any faster than 45 km/h - 96 kg weight
  4. ACM back and forth play.

    Noticed tonight that my ACM (new to me as of today ) has slight back and forth “play” when standing still. Could this be loose axel nuts ? The wheel has flywheel keys installed to keep them from loosening. So not sure what’s going on .
  5. How hard can I push my ACM?

    Just received my Used ACM . It’s the 820wh 67v version . V1 I believe but with the v2 (12 mosfet) board installed . It starts to show overspeed warning at 30kph on the app. I’ve turned off the 2nd alarm and set tilt back at 40kph . I’m just hesitant to actually push it that far for fear of failure . Thoughts ??
  6. Using App with used GW wheel

    I recently bought a used ACM. (It arrives Tuesday) I’ve been doing some reading and it looks as though you need to “register “ your GW wheel to use the app. Being that I purchased the wheel second hand will this cause any issues for me ? Thanks !
  7. That time of year again where I get to completely tear-down another Gotway wheel to deal with axle shims This time it's my Monster.
  8. Gotway Monster Mudflap. EUGUY

    I have now worked on this a while and sent out a few for testing as im not able to test it here myself due to the winter. Here is a small video on how it looks and how it is installed. I will do more work on it if needed after testing or leave it as is. Any imput on design or whatever, please comment under. At least now you know that there is a mudflap soon ready to buy that can easily be taken off or installed when needed. Also, i really dig this music xD
  9. Hi all i have just got my amazing MsuperV2 but i can’t connect the bluetooth app on my iphone, i have downloaded the app and registered with gotway, i have registered my account number as my phone number (possibly the issue but i don’t know how to change it) am i missing something i’m really hoping somebody can help thanks
  10. By blackwidows January 24 2017 After 18 months and 5000 km with my faithful Mcm I cracked for a Tesla 1020 and after 250 km here is my opinion.I specify that I ride especially in Paris and Brussels, that I mainly use bike paths and roadway; the sidewalk when I have no choice but at a very moderate pace. I use my wheel daily with train trips. The MCM 4, if I have to compare to a car will be an old mini Cooper S Potato side : Vive at startup but very quickly 2 beeps which calms and forces to listen to his wheel, not to mention that is not discreet. Side comfort: It is not the dream, one is much shaken and the inflation is important in its behavior but with a flexible conduct one supports even the pavements. My wheel never fired me despite quick passages on big holes. Urban side: very convenient with a trolley, it goes everywhere even in the instructions of Brico for example. The position of the trolley to ask his bag or basket when shopping. The wheel is not always stable when it is lit against a wall, it tends to move. Side autonomy with 640 w and HS model can be done 35 km to 20 average after performance deteriorate. After 5000 km I did not notice any noticeable drop in battery life. This wheel is bright and almost fast enough for my use but when you drop the comfort of a tesla return on 14 inch scary. After a test of a Msuper 3 for 24 hours and a tesla I cracked for the tesla 1020 Tesla for the car the Tesla S seems perfect After 250 km and a bowl (it makes me humble), I was able to test the tesla mainly urban use. The weather conditions for 15 days have moderated my desire for great walks and I have not done more than 40 km days. it's the world of silence, no more beeps in comfort. Potato side: With tilback settings to 42 km, that I am not sure of having reached, It seems not to advance but it accelerates more than the Mcm but in a linear way and we always have the impression that there is still power in reserve. Comfort side: This wheel is really stable, holes and other defects of the road go by alone, my average speed has almost doubled on some courses with a max speed barely higher.on the impression of rolling on a rail. Slow speed steering is almost as easy as with a 14 inch. The pads located just below the knees are quite unpleasant at first, especially when stopped, but I got used to it. Urban side : The position of the trolley is quite surprising but allows easy control in crowded station platforms.Putting your bag on the wheel is less easy than on the Mcm and the trolley is a bit short. The wheel is very stable on, it can be easily placed on the trolley. The extra 4 kg did not change anything in my use. I did not drive enough to talk about autonomy because I never made more than 40 km before reloading. Negative points the front lighting is unusable in town especially with my calibration setting a little back when the red there is none, which is a serious handicap in the event of discussion with the police. Trolley too short Gotway application Conclusion I still love my Mcm that I continue to take for my shopping but the Tesla is much more reassuring for me, we can hold a speed of 30/35 in comfort when we are on the road and as in half of Paris and Paris. Brussels are zones 30, one is in the traffic without being doubled by excited ones. The Tesla with legal lighting and legislation Bike seems to me to be the ideal means of transport for the city. Comment thread below the review: https://translate.google.com/translate?hl=en&sl=fr&u=https://www.espritroue.fr/topic/4473-gotway-mcm-5/&prev=search
  11. Hi All I have been riding now for a few years and it starting to get a bit lonely so If anybody is local to SW London and would like Meet and ride, I have some great routes, let me know!!
  12. There appears to be a meetup/dinner Feb 2 in S. China where Gotway will unveil new product and launch crowdfunding: (source: Baidu - click picture link above)
  13. Looking into buying V3s+ or Monster

    I’ve had my KS14D about a month now and love it . I commute to and from work with it every day but I’m starting to crave a bit more speed and a larger range . Really interested in any first hand experience with the V3s+ and monster . The 14D will stay my commuter but I’ve reslly started enjoying trail riding after work and on the weekends and it drains my 14d’s battery so quick ! Mainly interested in any user feedback on reliability and durability in regards to these two gotway wheels . Thanks !
  14. Hi, I have a Gotway MCM3 and I like it very much. Yesterday I went to work with it and there the battery (according to the app) was at about 40%. I charged (or thought I did, maybe I did something wrong). When I wanted to go home it said it was at 20%, which meant I couldn't ride it home. I went back charged for about 8min. To use it to go to the bus. It then said it was 60% full. At home, I charged it until the charger LED turned green. Then it said it was 80%. Later on, I connected it again and the LED was red for a while and then turned green. It still said 80%. I use the non-social gotway1.0 app. Is there any accuracy in the state of charge indication when switching on? Did you find a trick to check whether it is fully charged? Do you have a means to charge fully? Thanks!
  15. Gotway msuper with Tesla Motor

    On Aliexpress I found a Gotway msuper with the 1900W of the Tesla (I think). Somebody bought it here? Any more information anyone? Thanks. https://it.aliexpress.com/item/Freeshipping-Gotway-Msuper3-1640WH-Life-150KM-the-maximum-speed-of-55KM-H-the-fastest-the-most/32722898397.html?spm=a2g0s.13010208.99999999.262.zDVi7C
  16. Hello again! It's been a while since I've been on the forums. I'm looking to upgrade from my Ninebot One C+ and IPS Zero 240Wh. I'm living near my college campus, looking to save money on gas, time with parking, and have fun. However, I don't trust my Zero commuting off campus (or at higher speeds) and the Ninebot is too slow to be safe in the bike lane. I've been looking at the Gotway MCM4 for a while now but it seems like no one's agreed on how safe it is. What do you guys know about it? HS vs HT? The Inmotion V8 looks amazing and really reliable, but if I can go faster and go further for less money... Thanks! Also: the MSuper V2 HS is about the same price as the Inmotion V8. Obviously difficult to compare but I'd much rather have an over-capable wheel than an under-capable one.
  17. So my mten3 inner tube got a puncture last week on the way into work. I was able to ride to work but it went completely flat by the afternoon (which is when I realized I got a flat). I filled the tube back up with a hand pump, god help me that took like 300 pumps to get it filled, I will get a foot pump next time. I could barely hear a very muffled hiss and it took over 30 minutes to deflate. This made me think that the hole was a pin price and not a gash. I tried to lever the mten3 tire off but broke 2 of the 3 plastic tire levers. I was hoping I could just do a rubber cement round patch, but the tire was not cooperating in this cold weather. I bit the bullet and bought 16oz of dirtbike innertube Slime. They were not kidding that it was a mess to use. I overshot the fill a bit and I think used 6/7oz instead of the recommended 4oz. It sealed the tube up immediately, no more hiss sound. I filled the tube back up to 45psi and it has been holding steady for 2 days. The Onewheel guys put slime into their tires from the factory and it's given that product a greater amount of tire reliability. The mten3 tire is ridiculously thin, I can't imagine how that innertube won't inevitably pop. Slime should help, or add an hard innertube protector against thorns, or convert to tubeless and use slime again. A small bottle of innertube slime (get the innertube one if you have an innertube, it is thinner and meant for a different pressure) is around $4 on Amazon, get one because you will need it eventually.
  18. Hi everyone, as it is getting much colder, I was wondering if it is safe to ride the electric unicycle in the cold with temperature below 25 degrees Fahrenheit? like would the unicycle cut-off from being out in the cold for too long, say around 2-3 hours?
  19. Hello, I sell my wheel ACM16 with very few km and still under warranty ! It is practically new and all for 980.00 euros. purmoka-moka@yahoo.fr
  20. What do you guys think? Is it a pro or con? Looks crazy fun tho!
  21. I was wondering if anyone had managed to design & make/print a mudguard for the Gotway Monster yet please? I'm looking to buy one, if possible, as I don't know where I could get one printed locally. I can't get my ACM fixed for a while so, when the weather permits, I am using my Monster for my work commute and at the moment it's pretty much either raining or wet so at the end of the journey I'm having to wash/wipe everything down due to the spray from the Monster. I wasn't bothered about rain/wet on my ACM as it was less mess. In 2018 I'm going to look at trying to get my ACM fixed so I can sell that & my Monster & go for the Ninebot One Z10 &/or, depending on the price, I might sell the Microsoft Hololens I bought from a very nice IT friend. I absolutely love it but my transportation needs/wants are greater than my gadget ones.
  22. Rode in the snow for a few hours then it started to shut off when I brake. I kept restarting and I noticed the gyro getting weak at about the 3rd time It shutoff It wouldn't restart at all. When I press the power button now, it doesn't start and only the light ring comes on. Stuck.
  23. Hi all! i can sell some items with good season discount price! Does anyone interested in new?: GotWAY ACM 1300+ - 1150€ GotWAY NEW Msuper V3 820 wh - 1150€ GotWAY NEW Msuper V3 1600 wh - 1450€ KingSong 16A 680 wh - 1000€ KingSong 16S 840 wh - 1150€ KingSong 18S 840 wh - 1300€ KingSong 18S 1680 wh - 1650€ +delivery: 1. EURope (any country) - 150€ 2. Overseas (US, Canada etc) - 250€ local pickup also avaible (in Estonia) after 50% prepay. And I am also can sale Zhiyun stabilizers, but only with EUC wheel (depending on shipping-handling prices). Zhiyun Crane V.2 - 550€ Zhiyun Crane 2 - 700€ I am already sold there one wheel, stay on ebay and can answer on any your questions there or in PM.
  24. Hi all, Been lurking for a month or two here. Saw some EUC videos on youtube and got intrigued. I wanted to dip my toes before I dropped some serious coin on a Tesla or One Z (looks wicked) so I decided to get a cheap Luffy to learn on. Good thing too because I gave that thing a serious thrashing from day one. I have about 3 hours of ride time spread out across 3 weeks due to a combination of travel and feet/shin pain and injuries from riding. Think I got the basics down except getting on the wheel without holding onto something and going backwards. Anyways, I have a few questions for you riders who have both big and small wheels. I have a lot of difficulties mounting onto the wheel without holding onto something. Like I have to hop on it real quick before it topples over. I've seen videos where people brace it against their leg but I feel the Luffy is way too short to do that. It looks like getting on the wheel is a lot easier on the 14+" wheels than the 10" wheels. Is this true or am I just making excuses as to why I'm so bad getting on this Luffy. Right now its 50% whether or not I can successfully launch myself without holding onto something. What ends up happening is that right after I hop on the foot I used to launch the wheels ends up awkwardly position and I end up dumping the wheel about 5 feet into my ride. It looks soooo much easier for the big wheels and I'm hoping that is the case. Transitioning to bigger wheels - I plan on getting a 16", with the Tesla being the main contender. How easy/difficult will this be? I'd like to think I'd have an easier time on the larger wheel but just wanted to confirm. I don't want to be back at square one and end up damaging a $1,500 wheel the way I've been abusing the poor Luffy. Thanks in advance.
  25. Hi everyone, Been looking at my first EUC for sometime and must say im so lucky to be part of this community. I have been looking at different specs, pricepoints, brand reputation etc. Looking for an EUC that will help with my almost 3 mile commute in the mornings to my Bus Stop and return at the end of my work day. I must say I will probably not ride any EUC for sometime that I can safely jump off of at any speed (dont know what that max is yet!). Some requirements would be a good battery, strong motor and easy to transport/carry. I am more and more drawn to (2) options the Kingsong 14d or the Gotway Mten3...for some reason I keep getting pulled back to the Gotway..although it doesnt have a light (for night riding) im sure thats a simple fix, bigger debate is that they are almost at the same pricepoint! sooooooo with that said one or the other? and why are you convinced?
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