ok but you cant deny the fact that an "automotive quality" euc could be way easier get licensed/insuranced in european markets. so if you manage to build it with safe speed 50km/h for under 100kg drivers it would be definitely a second thought for many riders. and there isnt a premium brand right now as it seems, you cant count many other than KS, Inmotion and GotWay. ok maybe vet sherman, but its a Gotway platform isnt it?
before you say "safe speed 50kmh, idiot" please think about the many technical solutions there are to limit current flow, it would be possible that there is a safe throttling in anycase, nobody will lean more in when the pedals drop a few % in or to a safe tilt back up and this is definitely possible.
only some thoughts
@DjPanJan thank you very much for the reply, sorry for my harsh answers but I was really upset about people saying its the drivers fault when something happens.
I would never have thought that this is possible. Chinese manufacturers had alway had a bad reputation, but this is about to change in so many fields already.
they really catched up with quality in so many fields, and I automatically decided that Kingsongs KS16X for 2250€ would be one of the things where they really catched up with quality standards.
The accident happened because none of the expected 3 alarms set in. I may have leant to much in but Darknessbot Data showed about 36A max current. This is ridiculous versus many other tracks with 50A +. So I see no logical or technical reason for not giving at least one of the alarms.
Wow I dont want to think about how many times I would have crashed in my 600km KS16 riding when I would have had your weight!! Im pretty sure I was on the limit many times due to not knowing this shit. Your accident sounds pretty scary. When I dropped I was stressed to search my body for bad injuries, not minding a stafford running behind me^^ I am really happy that neither you nor me did have "serious injuries" in that cases. Hope you do well now and I hope I will get a nice EUC soon again