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  1. How do you know officially?
  2. An aliexpress seller (Wheel Riders Store) denies me that Gotway will change the height of the pedals. I don't know who to believe anymore
  3. eucservice.com confirms that the first version of RS HS with the low pedals is no longer manufactured: "Dear Hugo, You can make order only C30 new model with high pedals as in MSP C30. Old model is no longer produced. Best regards, EUCservice"
  4. Honestly, I'd rather not be able to make tight turns in exchange for high-speed stability. Driving quietly at 60km / h without wobbling is much more important
  5. You can always go for the high torque RS that has the high pedals. If you like off-road so much, I don't know why you look for physical off-road characteristics in a road model like the RS HS. If you are so interested in off-road, I don't know why you look at a wheel without torque and that reaches 68km / h. I insist, RS HS must have low pedals, for everything else there is already RS HT
  6. Yesterday I ordered an RS C30 (speed) from eucservice.com, and they wrote me an email with the following message: "Dear Hugo, You have ordered RS C30 currently factory is changing pedals high. They make them higher than before and production is stopped for 30 days. Do you want to wait for the newest model? Best regards, EUCservice " I don't know if what they are trying to tell me is that I can't get the first version with the low pedals anymore (I'll find out now when I answer, but that's not the point). It appears that Gotway stopped production of the RS HS to
  7. Si vives en Málaga y quieres unirte y hacer rutas y quedadas, adjunto enlace del grupo de Telegram: https://t.me/joinchat/PrArhBw0ymm757sMtJmrtw
  8. Cool Edit Pro 2.1 It is a bit old but it has everything I need
  9. Hello guys. I have been working on a Star Wars sound (podracer, tie fighter...) with sounds extracted from this video ---> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=voLXsWkO2jM&feature=youtu.be (@RoadRunner @mike_bike_kite I think this interests you) I am very happy with the result. I share link of AVAS files and a little "promotional video" https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Qo1RA6lbgJf67Sx1sLMt0AozqY0vvbHG/view
  10. erides.co.uk announces on its instagram that the speed, without load, of this wheel is "close to 100kph". Considering that an MSS has 96kph no load speed, and its real speed is approximately 72kph, and considering that a 3200wh Veteran weighs 33kg, the approximate speed of a Veteran can be about 70kph. Kuji has said on his instagram that the wheel is 18x3
  11. Kuji has posted on his instagram something about a new brand founded by ex-Gotway engineers, with a picture of his first model. It has a rough look, and 3200wh!! Does anyone know anything about this wheel?
  12. The 2250wh battery is optional, the basic MSS includes the original 1800wh MSP battery, and its maximum speed is the same as that of the 2250wh version. The only difference is the range
  13. There is a lot of confusion regarding this wheel. First it was said that it was an MSP with an MSX engine. This experiment has already been done by phantoms ----> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I4ZDSJo1DU0&t=144s But the truth is that the MSP engine is not that of the MSX, Daniel Kot of EUCService has said it on facebook and other channels. It is a 2300w motor different from any Gotway. This together with a modification of the MBS is what turns MSP into MSS. All of this is detailed in the WrongWay review. However, Daniel Kot is reluctant to give many details about the modification
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