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  2. I tried contacting him a bout a wheel 1,5month ago but didn't get a reply on two occasions. :'(
  3. Wow she's really good some nice trails, nice father and daughter time 😊 for people with younger daughter's who are to young to ride could always try this father and daughter combo this video will make you smile 😊 😁
  4. Outstanding! A simple solution to a big problem for some. Thanks for sharing your skills! Edit: Sorry to be a pain but I can't get the Crydom or Amazon relays in the UK. Would you be kind enough to select the correct relay from this page please? The filters really help but I have no idea where to start! https://www.mouser.co.uk/Search/Refine?N=18383526
  5. https://www.1radwerkstatt.de/epages/80603321.sf/de_DE/?ObjectPath=/Shops/80603321/Products/9b_Z10
  6. No problem my friend, thanks! Just wondered if I had missed an update
  7. Yes, but I'm still working on some features for the next release, so please give me few days
  8. Hi Seba did you manage to correct the Tizen mileage issue yet?
  9. i ride the msx and when doing a high speed turn, you have to be committed and lean into the direction you wanna go and trust the wheel. if you are turning left for example, leankinda like diagonally forwards and left and dip the left side of your body, push down on left pedal and sort of tip toe on your right foot
  10. Could use some pinch weld on the edges, but they haven't damaged me or been damaged yet - and I've stacked it many (far too many) times since fitting them.
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  12. Swipe your finger from left screen edge to the right, as in the movie that @Lefteris uploaded few post earlier:
  13. An Inmotion dumping you at top speed with plenty of battery? Thought I'd never hear of such a thing. Are you under the 220 recommended weight limit? If you are within the specs of riding that wheel I imagine there must be some very unlucky rare fault with your V8. Like KingSong they limit the speed lower than they are capable of and the wattage of the motor can peak much higher than the rating they give.
  14. I really like that customisation - really makes it personal and yours! I guess the pedal extensions might dig in a bit in a crash and get bent out of shape, but should be economical to repair. Looks super comfy - I'm jealous. All I've done to mine (in the vein of road bicycles) is to add a few ~ 10 cm sections of front (white), rear (red) and side (white) reflector tape in a vague attempt to make it appear more "road-legal" and less toy-thing I guess.
  15. Yup totally. I don't know the grade of Alu I used, it was scrap from a mate but certainly this is more than enough for the job for me and I'm over 100kg. I needed slightly longer screws and countersunk would be better than the dome headed ones I had handy. The old top plate acts as a template for the holes and skateboard deck tape over the top finishes the job. Can still get the case off easily with them on and it doesn't interfere with the normal pedal operation.
  16. Yeah, that's what I thought too. Useless fall, not even any data was collected!
  17. I'm on Pixel 3 XL, just installed the latest version. The first time the app launched it showed the settings but now I can't get to them. Is there some trick (long press or something)? The wheel isn't connected yet (it's downstairs).
  18. Great that nothing grave happend! Not really anything to be seen... You have a bad bluetooth connection - there are many disconnects of 10-20 seconds in your log. So maybe also just while your accident
  19. Unfortunately EUC are extremely hard, and in my opinion impossible, to keep a constant radius with a constant lean angle turn. Instead, at all times for all turns one describes an S turning pattern. You can make it fairly constant by leaning off the wheel one way or another...basically using your weight...but as far as I can tell wheels require constant S turns or leaning off the wheel. In contrast, any two wheeled vehicle can angle its front tire to achieve a constant lean constant turn. They use their rear tires as a keel, so to speak, in order to provide the rider with leverage that doesn't move, but no such keel is available to EUC riders. As an example, take the Z10 and try to ride it in a large perfect circle. 1. You get one countersteer, after which the wheel rights itself. Keep doing that and that's the S turn, but be mindful that everytime you twist your hips to turn the wheel you have to untwist before you can twist again. You have to "pay" with time before you can chamber another round, so to speak. 2. Lean off the wheel. In my opinion, wheels having "no keel" places a very hard limit on the top speed of wheels, beyond which countersteering won't be enough to get you around a turn and where you can't lean far enough off the wheel to get it to make the turn.
  20. Slime is effective against small punctures (small nails, thorns, staples, etc) and has saved me from fixing many flats. It has provide itself with many other riders too. Slime can be a bit of a hit-and-miss, but I see no downside but plenty of upside to its use. Snakebites, along with being near the rim as @mrelwood states, are also typically much larger than the puncture that Slime was designed for. Snakebite punctures can often resemble small slits, which Slime cannot fix. The best fix for snakebite punctures is prevention: use a properly inflated tire.
  21. Correct. Snakebites are high up on the sidewall. Sealants have a hard time reaching there. Did you try to shake the tire so Slime would reach the puncture? Sealants are effective with punctures at the bottom of the tire, so I wouldn’t give up on them. Of course, don’t know what I was thinking. Different manufacturers, different rubbers, different lifetimes. Yet the 16S original, Kenda, is (or was) widely used for some reason.
  22. Very new to the wheel I think I only got the hang of riding on friday, the wobbles were so scary at first they happened when breaking and accelerating down hill, and when accelerating past a certain point period. Recently I've found that they're strongly related to my not doing duck feet or having my feet very far forward on the wheel, or not having it so that one foot is further forward than the other. Gripping the wheel with my calves/knees a certain way seems to have an effect. As well as how far forward I put my calves to grip on the wheel. A quick correction of this or my feet, while in movement after slowing sufficiently, however terrifying always seems to fix the problem. Now I'm getting the please decelerate warning, any suggestions on what levels to keep your speed alarm and tiltback for a more heavy (250) Rider on a 16s? I think I keep tilt back at 32kph my 3rd alarm is at 30 to let me know if I'm pushing to hard.
  23. Yes Mrelwood, top pic is 16s had 50 km on it when I bought it. That was the original tire.
  24. Huh? A new V10 cost $1300. Why would someone pay $100 less for a used one?
  25. All this talk about exploring paved mountain roads, closed to cars, and scenic trails has my juices flowing again. Hopefully I can schedule my contractors around this ride timing. Nothing preventing me from participating, at the moment. The pin location for parking appears behind private gates in google earth. Maybe this location needs an adjustment?
  26. This 360 video shows some of the areas that we will be riding
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