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

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  1. If You inflate upper chamber with brick to 200PSI, when You remove block pressure DECREASE to around 180PSI. If You inflate lower chamber with brick to 100PSI, when You remove block this pressure ill INCREASE to around 150 PSI as this chamber is smaller, and this is why shock became "dull" SOLUTION: inflate top chamber with brick to around 220PSI (for rider weight with equipment of around 90kg) then remove brick and inflate the lower chamber to 50PSI - done!
  2. For lamps - to get them out You have to remove some of the silicone around the cable holes, unscrew the single screw which is located in the middle of the lamp (on the back to do so You have to remove handle) and slowly push the lamps out - this takes like 15 minutes of more of slow work to push them out without breaking them. When You get them out You will see that there are holes in che chassis between the tire well and the inside of the lamps - which is design failure of Begode, but they COULD think about it and silicone those holes well.... but as usual they DiD NOT . The
  3. This would be great idea for smaller wheel to allow to take it to the plane, but with such qty of AA cells it would be very costly to operate this wheel... even if You get the batteries from IKEA, getting 160 cells for every 30 km ???? ... and in fact it will not be easy to get 160 pcs of batteries all at once except in IKEA... so it must be joke...
  4. Key is to protect bearings from getting wet as they are expensive large bearings. My system seems to work - it is in use on more than 5 wheels now - so far no issues. It is also important to check sealing of holes on front color lamps and on rear color lamps as there are holes between tire compartment and lamps. In case You ride on wet - lamps will be flooded soon.
  5. FYI - another 5 sets of my bearings system insulation has been installed - no issues reported till now. Please remember to seal using silicone the holes between tire compartment and LED edge lamps. This is another design failure of BEGODE which must be mended by users.
  6. Hello All, Thank You for positive comments. I have just completed the XL upgrade for the very good friend of mine. Wiring is quite simple - just get the 2 pcs of rear batteries and connection for them is paralel for ech one I optionally offer my design of battery covers in 3d printed form - this takes over 40 hours of printing + 2 hours of manual work to produce those covers There is no option for kit as this mod require many manual operations on the wheel - it takes 40 - 50 hours of manual work to make the mod, so it has no commercial sense unfortunately except for t
  7. I have tested my the solution over 4 weeks and several trips in rainy weather / wet conditions / rides through 3-5 cm water puddles . No issues so far, no strange noises from bearings. I won't offer warranty but I can say that for reasonable wet conditions / rainy weather / wet rides my solution works OK. There is already second set of my protection installed, and next two will be installed soon, so next update in around 2-3 weeks
  8. I have tested the solution over 4 weeks and several trips in rainy weather / wet conditions / rides through 3-5 cm water . No issues so far, no strange noises from bearings. I will not offer warranty but I can say that for reasonable wet conditions / rainy weather / wet rides my solution works OK. There is already second set installed, and next two will be installed soon, so next update in around 2-3 weeks
  9. I do not offer "weterproofing services" but I offer parts which I have designed to make those upgrades. Please PM me for details on the email given at the pictures.
  10. This fan which I have used is 40x28mm, operates from below 10VDC - and at 12V consume around 0,11A, this is very new fan construction with high efficiency/low power motor. I think that this flow and pressure is sufficient in such small enclosure to move air around. Old fan in MSX was 5V 40x10mm size, with minimal flow/pressure, so this is anyway big step forward. In case I reach high temp limit I can always replace it with stronger (but also louder) model.
  11. You are right - GW/Begode shall do most of this AT THE FACTORY.... their wheels offer high ride performance but overall pro-client / quality / reliability is ... noto so special. This should not be done this way that owner has to dismantle new wheel to pieces to mend what factory forgot / did not care to do properly.
  12. I have prepared RS for use - this action include: bearing insulation - I have designed insulation system to keep water away from bearings which include rings and hole protectors, vent hole on top of the motor hole, silicone insulation around the motor covers - I rode today on quite wet streets - I have to wait a few days to see the results... handle insulation - my own design - it generally worked in MSX - I have re-designed insulation inserts for RS - see picture speaker grills - own design - grid is in part facing downwards to keep water from flowing into the holes.
  13. @Jack King Song Hello Jack, Any update regarding FW for S18? Togehter with beeps reduction - Can You please make the torque-off function working the same way as for version 2.05 - at least how it used to work when pushing trolley down or up from the carrying position - Right now torque is not returned until you move wheel to front/back (so if You don't do this in FW 2.06 wheel falls to front or back instead of returning to full upright position) I want to have it this way that whatever position to front or back wheel is it slowly starts to return to full "upright" position. I hope it
  14. From the suspension junction (lack of large washer) it should be more October production (but maybe suspension was overhauled)
  15. Current list of mods below: * front acceleration pads with soft inserts * rear breaking pads with soft inserts * pedal openers / legs cutting protectors * power cable axis protector * front bumpers * shock saver – NEWEST mod – to save the shock from getting constantly dirty (to make shock life longer and wheel cleaner) * mud guard see this YT below and next ones on my channel for mods/review/tech info
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