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  1. Quick update (I know I couldn't resist, miss you guys too much ;_;): swapped out controller. Imgur is glitching out - I'll fix the pics later. Old controller: v1.4 New controller: v1.5 The black antenna coil has been moved aside:
  2. Exact address that's on his driver's license. Edit: and DOB
  3. Thank you, but I need the information explicitly in one post. Please post it here. If it's worth ending that distraction here you go: sure, I am all those accounts. Please do not attempt to doxx the other accounts. You're absolutely right, I am 100% 'demented' and 'immature' - you win, fair and clean. Savor it.
  4. Just caught up with everything. I'll like to emphasize there was malicious intent with Eddie, and please do not be led astray by his attempts to dismiss his actions ("I didn't know that only mods could see IPs! Who cares if you know your IP!"). He's not contrite at all. This is 100% reality to me: I have been compromised in a way that I can no longer safely post here without jeopardizing something very dear to me. With that said, there is one thing I need that warranted me logging back in and posting: Please provide the following: Full legal name: First, middle and last. Your home address, or at least the city and zipcode which you live in
  5. I guess this topic will be my last contribution on this forum. @photorph will carry on the torch from here. == Farewell == I love this community, and as open as I am, there are certain pieces of personally identifying information I guard closely. Tonight, a certain staff member abused his power and published a piece of private information I care about on this public forum. Everything else about him I could tolerate, but that - that crossed the line. Not only did he doxx me, but several other people that wished to remain completely anonymous. I have also explicitly asked this individual to leave me alone, yet he continues to gloat and harass me. I do not feel safe in this forum run by such a staff member, and I will take his advice and go private.
  6. That's a good 15° dip at 20 mph? Be careful, at 25mph, that same impulse will dip ~30°
  7. The irony in responding with a personal attack, and a blatant power trip. Please remove yourself from this thread and not show up any of my youtube/facebook/instagram/real-life. I do not appreciate your presence, nor the negativity you carry around. That is a direct and clear ask.
  8. That's the irony - Eddie's the biggest cry baby. Which is probably why he reads my posts that way. In all his videos he's just frowning and miserable. In contrast, all of mine are lighthearted - yet, he persistently shows up on *all* of my social media threads to whine. That in itself should give you an idea of how miserable the guy is.
  9. And to be clear, unlike what salty-moy states, I'm not complaining about this wheel, nor do I believe it's defective. I'm here to provide data and make suggestions which contribute to the community.
  10. For a staff member you're unprofessionally salty and just an overall miserably toxic person. If you don't like what you read, no need to feel threatened, move on. Stay out of my threads, whether it be youtube, facebook, etc. I don't want your attention - understand?
  11. How fast were you going? Do you have wheelogs we can take a look at?
  12. Your issue sounds like the random tilting issue @Jon Sternhad. My wheel has been consistent and reliable for 1300 miles. I think besides Kuji and bleepbop, I have the most mileage on the 16X by a long shot.
  13. Find a safe pace where you can maintain at least 25mph. Make sure you're using a neutral symmetric stance. Be careful Also give me a shoutout in your video :p
  14. Me and 2 other people = "no one" to Salty-moy ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
  15. I only have so much time to respond and go into detail. I leave a lot of things out because: too much context and we suck at retaining context - case in point, I mentioned at least twice in this topic that the android app is completely hosed for me generate too much noise, drowning out the important bits. Originally I wanted this topic to be a tightly written journal - the earlier posts I spent ~ an hour per post carefully re-writing things to be succinct. You'll see the posts edited days later to correct a typo or add more info/pics etc. Lately it's been more discussion like the main 16X thread - which is fine. sometimes I've answered the same question so many times on the facebook group, DM's, etc, and it exhausts me repeating myself and the full context for yet another person. I don't know how Marty does it - he gets 100x the volume, yet stays on top of everything. I can literally only type so much per day - I'm getting symptoms of RSI again, and my livelihood depends on it . Those that chat with me in DMs can vouch that I've started using voice messages to reduce the load. Perhaps - but I've put over 1300 miles (over 2,100 km!) and the wheel has been very consistent and reliable. Also, opening it up last night, I was very impressed with the build quality, a definite step up from Gotways. I just tend to lose skills really quickly - I'll probably get in the groove again by the weekend
  16. I opened it up the side panels last night, and it was bone dry. Lift sensors were completely dry as well. I suspect there is a water droplet short somewhere under the control board. Didn't feel like cutting all the zip ties to inspect further.
  17. == Wed 10/9/19 == Good news: 16X is up and running again! Jason suggested I disable the lift sensor through the app. I wasn't able to try that at the time due to the latest Kingsong app just being completely hosed. Jason sent me an older apk, and voila, I can use the app now. I rode back home 15 miles, and realized even though it's only been a couple of days, I've lost a lot of connection/feel for the wheel. Felt maybe 70% in control - or maybe it was just an off night for me.
  18. Fair point. Also understand before I posted the video, people dismissed my dips as being a feature as a consequence of Kingsong being softer. It wasn't till after the video that others understood how much I could dip it. I've also dipped a friend's 18XL, albeit at a slower speed since I didn't want to risk crashing it (10 degrees?). I think those two reasons are why I made the premature mental jump to "this is all of Kingsong". Thank you for pointing that out
  19. Comments like that show me that person did not read what I've stated many times. From your responses, I don't think you understand either or have forgotten. Please go through and carefully re-read:
  20. If there's any 16X's in Seattle, I'm more than happy to provide more data for us to confirm that
  21. There's are 3 possibilities: optimistic: I have a defective wheel - aka, my case is an outlier for the 16X. Not likely since with over 900 miles, everything else works fine and there are other people that have been able to pedal dip (such as @redfoxdude @BleepBloopBlop). semi-optimistic: couple of bad batches and/or there are different control boards. cynical: this is universal, affecting all v1.0 16X control boards, but Kingsong is understating this to protect sales + dealing with the expensive warranty process. In my experience working in mega corporations, the textbook play is to admit as little as possible to limit liability and cost. In other words, even if case #3 is true, Kingsong will tell us #2. On the other hand, I do understand it from the corporate side as well: the average user will not take the time to read and understand the nuances of this issue - so why have them panic? Also, perhaps this won't affect the typical rider. People like @Patton250 that average 15 mph, with gentle acceleration - it makes no difference. I really wish we had more user data to draw from and analyse.
  22. Update: Jason mentioned this isn't a universal problem for the 16X - it's just with mine. I would interpret that as there were a couple of bad batches? I guess it's similar to the bluetooth tilt interference issue - not everyone is seeing it. Regardless, we'll see if anything changed on the new board.
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