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About Voyex

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  • Birthday 05/12/2001

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    Eau Claire, WI
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    MSX 84V, Sherman

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  1. Thanks Shane for your feedback. I plan on going and consulting an attorney about this to see what the best course of action would be. I really don't mind paying fine if that's the best action. But, this isn't the first time that I've been stopped in my town for such a thing. My city has relatively friendly PEV laws and I would like to see if I can be defined as an electric scooter or ebike as with my current scenario I'm afraid that I won't be able to even ride my wheel in my city much longer if something doesn't get done. Again, I think consulting attorney will be the biggest deciding factor
  2. Earlier this week, I was riding my Sherman on the road heading to University. I was pulled over by an officer and ticketed for riding a play vehicle on the roadway. I was riding with protective equipment and in the safest manner that I could. This comes from Wisconsin law that defines unicycles as "Play vehicles" I intend to fight this ticket and aruge that an EUC is not a unicycle and due to it's capabilities should be allowed for street use. Does anyone know of any PEV laws in their areas or elsewhere that would encompass EUCs? My goal is to use these examples to argue that they shouldn't be
  3. Okay! That makes sense. From what I've seen on the E-wheels website, the MSX 100v motor is the same as the MSP C30's
  4. Thanks! I'll definitely look at that as a better alternative
  5. I recently damaged the headlight on my MSX 84v in a crash and was wondering if it would be possible to use a single MSP headlight in place of the original (if that would be any brighter). The current headlight is acceptable but it doesn't reveal obstacles very well at night. If anyone has any other suggestions for an upgrade I would be glad to hear them.
  6. Have you ruled out the possibility of it being a bearing issue? if it is, you could buy yourself new bearings and save yourself some money that way.
  7. I can't speak for the MSuper v3 and MSX shell being interchangeable but if they are, I would go to ewheels and get the MSX shell parts there. from what I can see, the MSX shell looks like it would fit but the shell has LEDs which aren't on the v3. So you would have holes where those should go. I don't think that they are selling the shell for the v3 as it can't be found on any of the usual websites. Good luck repairing your wheel. Hopefully your batteries are still good.
  8. I know this is late but, there isn't a speed alarm above 38mph or ~61km/h. An alarm at 71km/h is most likely the 70% power alarm. Meaning you are using 79% of the max motor power. This is the alarm the be respected. Pushing past this puts you in danger of overlean. Ride safe!
  9. When I first started riding my MSX I did the same thing and from what I've experienced, that death grip leads to speed wobbles as well. It gives you a lot less fine control over the wheel which will obviously come with time. All I can recommend is just practice and learn to carve on the wheel it will allow for you to recover if you start wobbling at high speeds. Good luck and happy riding!
  10. I am by no means the most experienced rider in the world (1000miles on my MSX) but I have spent my miles carving all over the road for the most part. The one thing that I have done in the past 2 months or so has been turning using heel-toe. When turning, push the heel corresponding to the direction you want to turn into your footpad. At the same time, lift your opposite heel and push into the front of the footpad. There is more nuisance to it that I can't put into words, you'll just have to see for yourself. using this method you should be able to essentially, throw the wheel in whatever direc
  11. Thanks for documenting these occurrences. I was teetering on the edge but after reading about so many issues with the Veteran chargers, I think I'm going to buy the ewheels rapid charger so I can worry a little less that the charger is going to kill my wheel.
  12. Of course! Thats useful to know although, I am considering swapping the fan on my MSX to get rid of the noise and maybe improve cooling.
  13. Is that the same guy who rode it down a flight of stairs on a flat tire and ruined his rim if so, that was just him being dumb in my opinion. Exactly, I ride down stairs on my MSX. I understand that it's not good for my wheel but I run my wheel around 40 PSI. I understand that it is probably going to damage my wheel but it's something I enjoy so I will continue doing it.
  14. That is a good way to look at things, I will keep that in mind if I ever run into any colorful individuals. The worst that has happened to me so far has been when I got pulled over and told that my MSX was a toy vehicle. I just agreed and rode off on the sidewalk like instructed. Haven't been stopped since. Thank you for the painting tips! I just watched his video and will look into doing that with my Sherman once I get it. I was thinking of getting a riding backpack but I think that finally pushed me over the edge.
  15. It is a normal behavior. I don't know the exact temp but at lower temps the fan will "pulse" It will only run constantly at higher temps. (Source: My MSX and videos I have seen on the MSX)
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