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Spook Chaser

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  1. Can't find any info on (1), but to answer (2): the shocks just fill in the negative chamber themselves instead of manually adding it in. You lose the customization of fine tuning both, but it's far easier to design a wheel with access to just one chamber instead of two. From what people are saying about the production unit on the S18, it's also likely to only have access to the positive chamber instead of both.
  2. Love kuji's review but it seemed so watered down due to the sponsorships! Can't risk saying anything that could be seen as negative, and as one of the only people with both an S18 and V11 I'd love to hear comparisons from him in the coming weeks. The production unit does seem to be built better than the pre-prod, and it's nice to see the side pads in action.
  3. Agreed it'll be hard to hit mainstream levels. Having a difficulty curve of more than 10 minutes to learn already means it'll be hard for kids due to how often you fall and how frustrating it can be at first. Also about the name, the hoverboard website has a lock on the name 'Hoverboard Technologies LLC', so the word hoverboard isn't theirs. Hoverwheel is actually the name of the Company Inmotion bought, so depending how much they paid for licensing, you can't sell a product called a Hoverwheel. It's why you can't call a product an 'Apple' thing. But again, depends if they paid enough to stop products using their name or just companies.
  4. Hoverwheel is already a brand inmotion has the rights to. Just look at their website, http://hoverwheel.com/. It's definitely a catchy name, but good luck having it catch on if nobody can sell it under that title.
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