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  1. ACM 1300 is my new wheel but also my training wheel. I went with the wheel because of a deal I couldn't pass up. So it has endured some bumps, scrapes, drops, etc. Finally getting the hang of staying on for a few minutes at a time and the wheel starts bucking, basically oscillating back and forth then just dumps me. I turn it back on and I hear strange engine whirring. When I try to move it with my hand the wheel starts furiously spinning and won't level out. This is also accompanied by a lot multi-pitched beep and alarm sounds. Very loud ones. When I turn it on and don't move it I just get the revving sound like a car in neutral having the accelerator pressed. But it doesn't start buck forward and backwards until the second I try to move the wheel.
  2. Strange oscillation in GT16

    @陈小杰 Maybe you know what's going on. After going over a bump today the wheel started behaving strangely. It vibrated/oscillated violently and didn't stop until I physically grabbed it and held it still. I'm glad I wasn't going very fast, because I was able to stop in a controlled manner. I've opened the sides to make sure there are no loose cables, and everything seems in order. This is what it looks like: I really hope there is an answer to this one. Any ideas and help would be appreciated.
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