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Miehlvin

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  1. I have been using the Shure SE215 earphones for two months now while riding EUC, and I am really happy with them. Bought them used. I am quiet picky when it comes to sound, but for the price of these I am very impressed! They also have great passive sound isolation. I don't know exactly how much they block out, but I would guess somewhere around 25 db. It is very noticeable, and it pretty much blocks out all the wind noise, going PEV speed. The way the wire goes above your ear, makes it easier to put on a full-face helmet, than it is with most earphones. Since they have wire, you don't need to worry about them falling out, when you take off your helmet. They are comfortable to use, even with a full-face helmet. I have only used them while riding, so I can't comment on how good they are for everyday use. If you are looking for a good set of earphones to use under your helmet, you can't go wrong with SE215. I highly recommend them!
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    Monster Seat

    I am having a hard time finding any stores in Europe that has the Monster seat in stock for a reasonable price. Anyone know any?
  3. I have managed to change every sound, except the speed sound. It plays the defualt Harley sound no matter which sound I choose. I have also lowered the max pitch speed to 10km/h.
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    Monster beeping

    I think that the default alarm settings from Gotway is the reason why it beeps. I will try to deactivate them. Thanks.
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    Monster beeping

    Yesterday I got mine 84v Monster v3. Today I noticed that it beeps from time to time. Usually two beeps and then the beeping stops. I have been riding slow, way below my speed alarm settings. The wheel has also been running cool. Any ideas? I have been using EUC World, but have not enabled logging.
  6. I ordered from Speedyfeet and he confirmed that I got the 2500 watt motor. He says they have been out for a long time, he just hadn't updated the website. It's not allowed to ride EUC fast in my country, so I went for the 84v.
  7. I just got information that my Monster will have 2500 watt, and that it was old information on the website I ordered from. Feel free to delete my topic
  8. Hi, I see an EUC store in my country that has just posted that they will receive a 2500 watt Monster in May. Is this a thing? Have I ordered my Monster on the worst possible time?
  9. What is the recommended PSI for Monster V3 84v?
  10. I am getting a Monster v3 84v in a few days. What alarm settings do you recommend for this wheel?
  11. MSP doesn't seem to be a good commuting wheel. A bit large and the trolley handle is not good. I think comparing the Nikola to the 16x makes more sense.
  12. Feels bad. Cutouts can in worst case be fatal, no matter how well geared you are.
  13. If you have the same motor and same battery; higher voltage=lower range. That is why Kingsong wheels perform that well in range compared to Gotway.
  14. That seems right to me. If you want more than that, I think you have to go for a modified wheel or the Monster 84v.
  15. I don't know if it's the best, but its still one of the best without any modifications. Big wheels usually gives more range with the same battery and motor. I weigh over 100kg at the moment and when I ride close to tilt back speed I am not getting very good range. When I ride off road in difficult terrain I usually go slow, since this wheel have low torque. Then it just sips battery, and I can ride the whole day. Then my feet wears out much sooner than the battery. Weight and speed makes a huge difference when it comes to range.
  16. I know you are posting this on the Gotway forum, but Kingsong is king of range in that price category. If you don't count the Frankenstein versions of Gotway, I think the Gotway Monster is the only one that comes close, or beats Kingsong when it comes to range.
  17. Are you sure about that? I see Speedyfeet still haven't gotten them.
  18. Glad you are OK. Sad news about the wheel though. The MSP is a wheel I have been eager to buy.
  19. Thank you, Marty, for the entertaining and informative MSP videos. I am considering buying this wheel as I mainly like to ride offroad. Can't wait to try it out when my Gotway dealer gets them in stock.
  20. I saw a protective cover on a MSX in this video. I know that roll.nz makes some for Kingsong. Are there other manufacturers making it?
  21. I saw Ian said the same thing in his Nikola review. If you do off road 70% or more he would recommend the MSX. That and the ability people say it has to perform well in cold snowy winter conditions combined with it's great track record is why I am strongly considering buying one.
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