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  1. Pedal dip is gone after calibrating on blocks.
  2. I like it looks clean thanks
  3. Try using cinder blocks to calibrate the wheel. I had pedal dipping on my MSX until I use cinder blocks, I also use plastic shims at the end of the foot plates to get the wheel Rock Solid. I think when I use the foam packing I was moving the wheel when pushing the power button. Works perfect now. I don't know maybe this will help.
  4. She said nonlinear systems After reading your posts I think you should stick with one of these and be done with it!
  5. I want to custom make some u shaped side pads for more power up and down hills. I'm looking for the materials that work the best. What foam and double-sided tape do you guys recommend to craft these up.
  6. Cracka

    Pedal angle MSX

    You can calibrate it at any angle you want, I run zero degrees flat. I would just calibrate it at an extreme angle to make sure you're doing it correctly then recalibrate at the angle you want piece of cake.
  7. From what i found out it's normal and wheels with different firmware versions may act differently. There is no way to change it so I just ride and try not to think about it, put a 150 mIles on it so far and mostly really like this wheel especially offrode.I tried a monster and it does the same thing.
  8. Ripping down a trail aiming for the ruts Poppin Off Rocks with a big smile catch a weed pulls me hard right almost bit the Dust. WATCH OUT FOR THOSE WEEDS!
  9. Thanks for testing it out that makes me feel a little better.
  10. Haven't tried it yet I'll get back when I do
  11. Thanks i will try that. Your video dId help me turn sharper by rotating my shoulders more. I'm going on a group ride this weekend with more experienced Riders to see what they think.
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