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  2. jfree13

    MSX customizations-sharewhat you’ve done

    Can you give more detail on the wire and what powers it please?
  3. Sorry for your trouble. What version of the firmware are you running? Disregard. I just read your earlier post. I see that you are running v1.11.
  4. Lukasz

    Ninebot Z10 - power supply Charge Doctor mod

    I started from 30 psi, made a few tests with 25 and 20 psi and ended with 25 psi. I am around 80kg, but with clothes/backpack it is around 90 kg. 20 psi is very soft, but I think it is too soft / can be dangerous in case of bigger bump/stone/curb We have probably the same weather front here - now it is only 6.9 deg.C so - the same here - new Endura gloves, full face helmet and thicker jacket... I ride till deep snow... I have never seen Z10 battery display flashing (till now - i will observe... ) So it seems to be great commuting tool.. I really enjoy practical use of unicycle for accessing work, stores, friends, (over 1200 km in less than 2 months)- I use unicycle every day with all possible trips except big shopping.
  5. winterwheel

    THE VIDEO THREAD!

    You can stitch to 4k, I always stitch into 5.2k, then hand it off to Premier Pro to do overcapture/composition. The overcapture function in Fusion Studio only gives you 1080p or less no matter what you select on that dialog..
  6. Elder Meat

    V10 pads too thin?

    Interesting viewpoints. Thanks. These are some of the finer points that can be hard to pick up just by watching videos. Reading various posts on this forum, one person mentions a death wobble at speed when squatting (caused by the legs moving apart), but another says having the feet farther apart improves stability. Both make sense independently but seem contradictory when taken together. (How can you have your feet farther apart but still keep your calves comfortably together?) I'm sure part of it is trial and error to see what works for you.
  7. Esper

    In the news...

    Pinellas County, Florida, near Tampa, is the dangerous place to bicycle in the United States, according to federal data. Similarly, Florida has "by far" the highest per-capita cyclist death rate in the country, writes The Wall Street Journal, in a new report. The reason? Florida has an older population, wide suburban roads, lots of tourists unfamiliar with the area, alcohol and, of course, warm weather that allows for bicycling all year. Louisiana, Arizona, South Carolina and California round out the top five most deadly.
  8. Thanks for the information! I am still waiting on the info from my seller, and maybe some people here can share their findings too. So your post is very much appreciated. My unicycle was riding in metro for about 14 minutes, with trolley up, by my side, then I trolleyed it from the metro cab and started walking it down the metro station and into the corridor. Then the shake started. I had (and still have) the lift sensor disabled in app, if this helps something.
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  10. RayRay

    THE VIDEO THREAD!

    When you to stitch video using Fusion Studio, do you not get a 4K option during render? From what I can tell from the GoPro website, YouTube 4K/H264 option is a preset in Fusion Studio. Then, if you wanted to edit further (without adding special effects), you could use a simple free tool like Avidmux to trim the video without re-rendering (which adds artifacts and bluriness with each pass).
  11. egiljo

    THE VIDEO THREAD!

    What a save, and its full throttle afterwords .. (sorry about the off Euc topic)
  12. Shaking KS-18L was reproduced here in Belarus on Sunday, too. The difference that the wheel was not trolleyed but was standing still while turned on for about 5 mins. Once touched it a tarted to oscillate, then was lifted on the side, to trigger sage mode and turned off. Never reproduced then.
  13. eddiemoy

    THE VIDEO THREAD!

    on a sports bike that would result in high side crash. that guy just lost his skin and a big slice of his muscle on the asphalt
  14. Marty Backe

    THE VIDEO THREAD!

    For you Facebook users, here's a classic (and scary) example of speed wobbles
  15. Esper

    Like New Dualtron II EX $1600

    I sold mine on Craigslist after 2 weeks with multiple postings under different pages. The motorcycle page and the general page. I had much more miles on mine than you did yours. I was at almost 2000 miles.
  16. Esper

    In the news...

  17. Flying W

    New Electric Unicycle Rider

    I commute on a 16s and live in a hilly area by the house but work is in a flat area. I weigh 180 but my riding weight is 195 and the 16s goes up hills just fine. This is my second wheel (1st "real" wheel) so I haven't tested the durability yet but it is very solid. The sound it makes doesnt bother me and helps to let people know I'm there. Having been "bitten" my next wheel will be a little faster and have longer range but not due to feeling like I'm outgrowing the 16s, I just naturally already want more. On smooth ground I can cruise at 20mph, no beeps, no tiltback, and that is plenty fast enough. At your weight the 16s would not have any issues with your hills at all. The only problem I'm currently having is that EUCs are like motorcycles....one is never enough. After seeing Marty hit overheat hill on his MCM5 I know I need one too, and a long range wheel......its a rabbit hole for sure. The 16s seemed like a very good all purpose wheel and so far it had exceeded my expectations. I can take a fast charger with me to do longer rides and charge while eating lunch. I leaned on this forum for a while before getting a wheel. No one here will steer you wrong. I think this hobby only attracts really cool people.
  18. Marty Backe

    My Wife Wants To Learn!

    Another good technique that I'll explore. Having ridden with Miles, she's no beginner that's for sure
  19. egiljo

    THE VIDEO THREAD!

    Nice riding @Marty Backe 👍
  20. Flying W

    Job Opening: Help Wanted @ eWheels

    This is very exciting news! The side of me falling in love the wheel wants to explore this further but the practical side keeps reminding me of the security that my current job has at a fairly large company. I do have a very unique background having worked on many projects during my time at a private equity research group. We shared data with the dept of corporations on fraudulent "boiler room" operators and aided in their forensic accounting activities to recover as much as possible during receivership. We also researched and funded various businesses that were actually ligitment (our relationship with the state went a long way in scaring away any scamers) so I've seen a lot of different types of businesses. I have a good job now, stable with good benefits, and my sometimes smarter half does not come on this forum so I dont have to worry about getting "the look" but I would be more than willing to discuss this further with you. PM me and I'll send you my cell if you'd like to discuss things further. The praise of everyone on this forum made my purchase from you a no brainer and really do feel like E-Wheels is positioned to take a huge share of this growing market.
  21. lutz

    Larger pedals for my INMOTION V8

    Thanks for the details mrelwood! Pics from the backside would be appreciated in case you ever build another one. My feet are too big,too.
  22. who_the

    My Wife Wants To Learn!

    Nice one Marty! How nice of you for letting her use one of your wheels! My wife learned two years ago on an IPS Zero. She now rides a Tesla after about a year on an Inmotion V8/Glide 3. She still insists on calling herself a beginner despite about 5,000 total miles ridden! My favorite teaching method: Use a broomstick or curtain rod. First, teach the learner to stand with one foot on the wheel and the other on the ground. Even the clumsiest of individuals can do this. Then, hold the broomstick and stand in front of the learner. Have the learner grab the stick with both hands (you too), then support their weight as they step up onto the other pedal. Let them rock back and forth a few times to feel how the wheel moves. Then, instruct the rider to keep their body straight and lean/fall towards you, while both of you hold the stick, and you slowly walk backward. Do this for at least a few stops and starts. Once the rider starts to feel the relationship between their leaning and the wheel moving, you can reposition yourself to be alongside them, still holding the broomstick in front of them so they can maintain their balance. Now have the learner lean again, this time, walk/jog alongside them, helping them maintain their balance as they roll. Do this long enough and you will feel as their balance improves. Before too long you can let go of the stick and they are riding themselves!
  23. Mono

    My Wife Wants To Learn!

    yeah, that's what she's saying now... I'd tend to say from my experience the lighter the better, if the pedals fit to the foot size.
  24. I think that the developer wish to make a serious BUT SECURE business avoid to be copied, but overall to gain off any kind of responsability..... Anyway, either me, I'm starting to think that someone is or has just paid for his silence........
  25. Mono

    V10 pads too thin?

    That's exactly one of the reasons why I prefer to have contact at a lower point of the leg. The ankles do not need to constantly move over the padding.
  26. Mono

    In the news...

    My humble suggestion for moving a little closer towards what science has to say about climate change (e.g. in particular whether temperatures have declined in the last 100 years and what the sun has to do with it): from one of the few science journalists I would be confident to say that he has read and sufficiently well understood a bulk of the relevant literature.
  27. zugu

    KS 18L Speed Lock

    Great, well... is it now as usual but with the higher limit unlocked, or do you feel also something different either in progression and in the middle/lower power range supply ????
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