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Kingsong 16s for sale. It comes with factory charger, Ewheels quick charger, I upgraded to the upgraded large pedals, they are tight, new unused side panels, and a spare tire and tube. Everything works it has 2008 km of riding on it, tire is worn but not bad enough for me to replace it yet. Normal scratches and scuffs. I am a fair weather rider, don’t remember ever riding it in the rain, I live in Florida so it’s never seen snow. Buy pays shipping. I expect shipping to be between $80 and $100. Local pickup is an option, or possible meet if nearby. I am 210lb and have ridden a hair over 30 miles on one charge in perfect conditions. It’s a great wheel that I planned on never selling but I just purchased an 18L and have not been riding the 16S.
If you know the size, www.laptopscrews.com can supply the screws. You can also order from other sellers on Amazon.
My KS18L and 18XL take panhead type, Phillips slotted, M3 X 8mm machine screws. Screws are cheap and easy to come by if you know the size and are not shopping in stores for them.
I attached a 100 count bag of screws I bought so that you can see what I am describing: panhead, phillips M3 X 8mm.
The proper width, head type (flat or panhead), and stem spiral pattern is probably slightly more important than the length; a 2mm difference in length is approximately the thickness of a business card. However, 2mm longer than the original is probably better than 2mm shorter. My 18L outer shells take M3 X 10mm just fine even though it calls for 8mm.
Notice the sort of 🍄 shape of the screw heads; this is a panhead type of screw.
Every Z10 firmware upgrade that I've seen, you had the option to ignore it. They never force you to do a firmware update. Perhaps you misunderstood the application prompts?
The last couple of firmware upgrades have been BMS firmware. The BMS affects how the batteries are managed, so it seems odd that this upgrade would have affected the ride characteristics.
Do you know exactly what firmware version that you applied? Was it BMS or the control board firmware?
It would be good idea to follow this way - please try to make pedals similar to the original design shown on CES. Top part can be 3d printed insert to stick skateboard grip on it - i can desing and print the top part... bottom has to be machined from aluminium. Let us know the price, I will consider getting one set...