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TedTheAtheist

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About TedTheAtheist

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    L.A. USA
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    Kingsong 18XL

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  1. Question: Will I eventually need to put something on those pads to make sure they keep sticking to my wheel after I remove them so much to get inside my wheel?
  2. Yea I love it.. a small itch makes me look at the Veteran, but I try not to cheat on my 18XL when it can see me on the computer. I'll wait another year or two to see how things go with the faster ones.
  3. I guess if you're from China, shit is reasoned differently? Shrug. I sure hope it doesn't.. but maybe it will overtime. I think using loctite thing is too much.
  4. THAT'S EXACTLY WHAT I HAVE TO DO! OMG I thought I was just blind. I went through the settings.. I'm like, who the hell wants a light to turn on while going through a darker hallway.. what if you're at work? So stupid. Thanks for the help.
  5. Thanks for the replies, guys. I think I recall seeing a button when I last opened it up. I think maybe it is the one with the switch - not sure. I will play with it for a few minutes and see... Looks like sometimes it has no problem detecting I put it down, other times it does. Really weird. I think I'll take it apart and see what's up. Also.. I tried to find an option in the EUC World app to disable the light sensor from turning on my light. Is that possible? It's kind of annoying when going through dark areas when I really don't need it on. Edit: Looks like firmware 2.02 is available.. I'm not sure what version mine is currently. I think I updated it not TOO long ago. Edit 2: Looks like updating the firmware and going through calibration didn't help. I'll take it apart. Edit 3: I tightened the screw on the right side - didn't seem to help. I guess I'll do the left side now. By the way - pushing down on the handle when it doesn't take effect doesn't help. I have to pick it up slightly and put it back down. Edit 4: 8:13pm PST - ok, I opened up both sides, tightened both sides. Apparently I tightened the right side screw too much, and it wasn't registering I was picking it up nor would it allow the handle to go up fully. I had to re-open that side, loosen that screw a bit, and then it worked perfectly. Survived multiple tests. I'm a bit worried I had to loosen that screw. I guess it will get loose yet again in the future.. inevitable, correct? Thanks for the information. Again.. any way to disable that sensor for the light?
  6. So when I put the Kingsong 18XL back down on the ground after picking it up, it doesn't register that I put it down often. I have to pick it up and put it down a little bit harder than I normally would, just to get the "beep". This is due to some sensor in the handlebar, correct? Does this sound like an easy fix? Kind of annoying.
  7. I like your "Always Rational" badge!

    1. TedTheAtheist

      TedTheAtheist

      Thanks buddy. I pride myself at remaining purged of sacred beliefs. Reality is best known intimately. 

  8. Yea, I kinda wanted it to have suspension. I mean, the extra 20 pounds from the battery kind of sucks.
  9. i'm 6'... 200 lbs.. so should I do medium or hard?
  10. Saturday is actually the 21st.... Do you have a map point?
  11. Does the Metro blue line run down there now? I'll need to take it from DTLA.
  12. Yea, the water thing was actually first before the flyboard in the article I posted. It does look fun.. I just hate being tethered.
  13. Yea, I'm sad to see we still have a long way to go with them.. but I hope I'm not dead when we perfect it.
  14. https://www.zapata.com/air-products/flyboardair I must say, once I saw this I got really excited. I mean, I don't know how feasible it is with today's technology, but I have a feeling it'll become a lot better pretty soon if it's not already. Edit: I did more research. Looks like it's far from practical yet.. but man, one day it will be.
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