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I want a Tesla shaped like the MCM5 ... I started commuting on the Tesla instead of the MCM5 recently. It's an extra 5 lbs to lug into/out of the car, but man the Telsa rides so nicely. The MCM5 is a bit lively. Like them both a lot. But I would kill for a Telsa shaped/lit like the MCM5.
The difference between (most) Gotways and other EUCs/EVs is that the charge connector on the Gotway is hot. As in, directly connected to the battery, so battery voltage is exposed at the connector pins.
This is important to know, since for example clumsily trying to connect the charger with keys dangling in the same hand can cause a serious issue, anything from a charred connector to a house burned down.
This is also why the charger pops when connected to Gotway first, as the voltages at the output side of the charger immediately jump to the same voltage with the battery.
That is also what any ”Correct Way” doesn’t take in consideration.
I don’t know how much of a stress the pop is to the charger, but I would definitely use a method that doesn’t pop, if one exists, no matter what is supposedly ”The Correct Way”. I tend to power up the charger first in any case.
EWheels provided a 67-volt Mten3 to @Jimmy Chang and he's had it for at least a couple of weeks. Whenever he's done with it I can do my comparative tests. I've very curious how it'll compare and I'd be guessing if I made a prediction. Sorry
@BleepBloopBlop, I've read this whole thread from the begining but it's been since day one and I dont remember which firmware your running. Are you still in 1.05?
Also, have you had the pedals go soft at high speeds since you famous hand plant?
I haven't used that helmet yet. But the mirror is still firmly stuck on there. The 3M adhesive on the Dual-Lock is much stronger then typical Velcro adhesive. The Dual-Lock feels much more like a mechanical joint - there's essentially no movement between the two pieces. In contrast, Velcro establishes a more "squishy" joint, and although it may be very strong, the two jointed pieces will move about.
I liked it best at 22-30psi. Any lower and I worried about the tire not protecting the rim sufficiently up curbs and down stairs. 35psi gets twitchy for me after getting used to the lower pressure. I think its all about what you grow accustomed to. I wasn't trying to squeeze every last mile of range out of the wheel so I tend to run it a bit lower for more stability. I ride the wheel at 28-30mphs constantly so I'll take all the stability I can get especially over uneven pavement here in Portland.
But farts are also methane, which as every connoisseur of cows is aware, is the new shiny ecological boogieman. Let's ban meat and make people sick! And let's ignore the reality of regenerative farming.
Sorry, I've watched way too many vegan/ex-vegan/farming videos lately and I had to vent somewhere...