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    Ninebot Z10, Kinsong KS16S, Gotway MSX, Gotway MSP, Kingsong S18

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  1. In fact current "full set" include: front acceleration pads with soft inserts rear breaking pads with soft inserts pedal openers / legs cutting protectors power cable axis protector front bumpers
  2. Yes - coke cans method can work also if You do not want to unscrew the axis completely / or file the gray sliders. Please be extremely careful in case of beer cans use!
  3. To determine if gray sliders are aligned - If it moves with friction/hard when 4 screws of the axis holder are all tight, and moves freely if you unscrew 2 of them (external ones) on one side of the wheel this is probably the alignment problem...
  4. Check if surface which axle touches (on both sliders) had been machined. In my case only one of those surfaces had been machined, second one was covered by gray paint, so they were not aligned properly. Simple solution is to remove the motor, put suspension together so it is all screwed together to the working conditions, put the wheel upside down, take big file and carefully file this untreated surface - slowly keeping the file aligned with second side - this must be done with caution, and just enough to allow the axis to sit well in the slider mounts, so when screwed together - that sliders stay aligned and move freely on the black pipes
  5. Two tiny air springs 60 mm stroke, with no reverse chambers, no rebound, located in such way that they will get wet and dirty during the ride... this does not look good all together...
  6. Correct. however the un-suspended part weights 20 kg - but this is 3.6 kW motor - huge bearings, a lot of thick metal stuff in suspension - so the rest - batteries, board, chassis - weights around 19 kg - this wheel is almost 39kg!
  7. Taking about firmware features - another issue worth taking care of - @Jack King Song can You please add in the software the option to allow the rider to set the speed at which the "long beam" is turned on? It is by default now at 10 km/h which is too low speed in my opinion. It shall be either increased to 20 or 25 km/h or user adjustable. Long beam SHINES into the eyes of incoming traffic / bikers / people (this shall be addressed in the upgrade of the LED positions in the next release of the lamp)
  8. Who likes behavior of the carrying mode in firmware 2.06? Wheel has no torque at all with handle rised, falls to front/back, also when handle is moved down to riding position - toque is not supplied back until you "hunt" for it moving the wheel front/back. @Jack King Song - please revert it to the previous mode, or allow users to select how it works. In my personal opinion it was solved better in the firmware 2.05 In practical city life FW 2,06 makes the return from the carrying mode SOOO PROBLEMATIC - THIS STUPID IDEA MAKING the carrying mode partially USELESS KINGSONG PLEASE CHANGE IT BACK TO PREVIOUS WAY - IT WORKED WELL in FW 2.05!
  9. Who likes behavior of the carrying mode in firmware 2.06? Wheel has no torque at all, falls to front/back, also when handle is moved down to riding position - toque is not supplied back until you "hunt" for it moving the wheel front/back. @Jack King Song - please revert it to the previous mode, or allow users to select how it works. In my personal opinion it was solved better in in firmware 2.05
  10. Taking the opportunity of the group potential - maybe we have somebody with experience in oils/lubricants... I have heard that suspension pipes in S18 shall be oiled using stanchion fluoro oil. I have found it on the net - but in 15 grams bottles - cost around 12 USD... this means that 1 liter of this oil cost around 800 USD ! this is quite expensive .... We do not need a lot of this oil, but I sometimes refuse to pay such a premium price to some company which buys a can of some kind of industrial oil, fills micro-bottles and sell with hefty profit... - so anyone with such experience here who can suggest what kind of oil it really is?
  11. In S18 "Third" battery is exactly the same as the two front ones - there is no "weaker" battery in the set - 3rd series of cells is just divided into 2 boxes to fit them on the back of the wheel. Adding 4th series of batteries is not making "Third" battery stronger - it is making the 20s4p setup instead of 20s3p setup. all series are (and must be!) EQUAL
  12. Taking the opportunity of the group potential - maybe we have somebody with experience in oils/lubricants... I have heard that suspension pipes shall be oiled using stanchion fluoro oil. I have found it on the net - but in 15 grams bottles - cost around 12 USD... this means that 1 liter of this oil cost around 800 USD ! this is quite expensive .... We do not need a lot of this oil, but I sometimes refuse to pay such a premium price to some company which buys a can of some kind of industrial oil, fills micro-bottles and sell with hefty profit... - so anyone with such experience here who can suggest what kind of oil it really is?
  13. S18 has 3 independent batteries connected to the main board - two front 84V batteries build from 20 cells, and third battery build from two back 42V batteries build from 10 cells connected in series, connected in paralel with two front ones. Additional batteries are 10 cells each, connected in paralel to the back batteries. This whole setup works as each battery pack has its own BMS.
  14. Please consult included picture from construction process - rear batteries must be connected in paralel - left rear with another left rear (all wires) and right rear with another right rear - also all the wires - be careful to ensure that battery voltage is exactly the same before attempting to connect them together and do not mismatch wires. Due to the shape of batteries I have placed them on the reverse sides - so additional rear left battery is installed on the front right, and rear right goes into front left. Cables must be managed under the mainboard cover - which must be cut a bit on the inside. Please note the places I have connected the wires - in the upper part of the plastic channels - one by one - in separate places so it fits well in the channels - this must be soldered really well, and insulated properly. Please ensure that You have experience with soldering before this job, use the same wire thickness - AWG14 for power and AWG20 for control wires. Use XT-90I male connectors for the connection.
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