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    Marietta, OH
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    Inmotion V8F & V11

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  2. I don't and I ride in sub-zero temps at times. To keep myself warm I wear long-johns with merino wool (https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B006SRTD52) and a snowmobile jacket with insulation (Fly Racing SNX Pro). Each work exceptionally well at keeping me warm.
  3. I use this one. It's very portable and works great. I think quite a few other people here use this exact one as well. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B008R5MC60/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1&fpw=alm
  4. You're not using the suspension pump to try and pump up the tire are you? If so, that would be the problem.
  5. For those that don't know, the Discord channel has been picking up steam in recent months. Come join us for some real-time EUC discussion.
  6. I'm not a new rider but I can relate. I recently received my V11 and it felt just like you described to me -- sluggish and heavy. I'm coming from a V8F which is much easier to take off and get speed. That's probably my biggest gripe so far with it. I think you may have your suspension set up wrong if I'm understanding you correctly. You said 60psi in the top and 30 psi (half) in the bottom? It should be the other way around. 30psi in the top (negative) chamber and 60 psi in the bottom (positive) chamber. I was somewhat unhappy on day 1 as well, simply because it felt unwi
  7. I'm currently using 25 psi in the top (negative) and 70 in the bottom (positive). I'm about 120 lbs. This setup gives me exactly 3.5cm of sag. In other words, when I stand on the EUC, the pedals drop 3.5cm. I set this up this way based on mrelwood's advice. It feels good but I haven't ridden it enough or tried enough other settings to say it's the best, but I think I like it more than the few higher PSI setups I've tried. By the way, I know George from the post above this one has changed his settings to 30 top / 90 bottom from one of his more recent videos. I'm interested in how
  8. Or perhaps the kid just knows the wheel as "the dangerous". I imagine the kid previously asked an adult "What is that?" and the adult replied. "It's dangerous". So now that's what the kid knows it as.
  9. I think if you buy the MTen3 you will likely want to upgrade within a week. If that's acceptable to you, then the MTen3 should be a great learning/easy to carry/quick travel wheel.
  10. I have about 400 miles on my V8F and I've never had a cutout. I push it to the limit on every ride, constantly riding at the top end. I like to race around this little park around my place and when I do I'm braking hard into turns and accelerating hard out of them. I'm a lightweight though so take that into consideration.
  11. So this worked and I'm able to activate the horn with a tap of the phone, however tapping on my Galaxy Watch only shows the horn icon and doesn't seem to actually do anything.
  12. It is known that this can happen at 100% charge. Was your battery fully charged?
  13. I have a smartphone. That's how I'm currently using EUC World on my Galaxy watch. It's the only way to use it. I was asking if he could decouple the phone from the watch -- eliminating the need for a phone altogether. Apparently that feature is not in the scope of the project.
  14. WebDev

    THE VIDEO THREAD!

    Just a short video of me cruising on my V8F
  15. @Seba I'm not sure if this has been asked before, but I was wondering if it would be possible to get the Galaxy Watch EUC World app decoupled from the phone app, thereby eliminating the need to carry a phone. Isn't it possible for the watch to connect directly to the wheel? I know this would involve some more work on your end (converting Java to C), but if you could make that happen that would be stellar!
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