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  1. Thanks actually found one on aliexpress as well, purchased it
  2. Hi Alessandro, I'd reccomend trying out different pressures (keep the max tire pressure in mind for my monster it is 32PSI (~2.2bar) at 140kg) and see how you like the feel and autonomy. On my inmotion v8 for instance I don't like the way the wheel handles when I pump the tire to hard but sometimes take it for granted if I want to go for longer rides. Hope you can find the right pressure for you
  3. Does anyone have an idea why they are no longer selling the seats or where I could get a different kind of seat for the monster? i'm actually interested in getting one.
  4. I know a person who actually increased the tire clearance on his V8 to make space for a different tire. I got a different tire that I tried to put on after a having a flat tire because I wanted to try out if it reduced the sense of wobbling with high tire pressure but... Also not enough clearance so ended putting the stock. (ofcourse after fixing the inner tube with a regular bike fixing kit). So yeah definitely would say be mindful of the tire you buy
  5. Hi MichaelHensen, Cool story, welcome to the club! I also live in Almere and have been gliding around on the wheel for half a year. I hope by now you got the hang of your wheel. Let's meet up sometime soon to share experiences and fly drones together (I have a Mavic pro, so not really a race drone...). I'll PM you with my phone number. Bram
  6. Route sounds great, I'll also need some charging but that seems to be accounted for. Now just hoping that the weather is nice so we can make it into a great day :).
  7. I actually decided to buy the V8. Main reasons were that this machine is pretty reliable (strong enough engine for my weight), has the speed that I wanted (30kph), was still portable enough to take on the train. I find cruising that at 30kph in the Netherlands I can still oversee the traffic situations and am in control of the wheel. I actually decided against buying a starter wheel and go straight for the keeper wheel because even if you sell it later on you´re bound to take some losses in money, and if you are careful when learning (protect your machine) you don't get irrevocable damage. Mos
  8. That weekend also works for me, the earlier we nail the details the better chances we have at a big turnout. Hope everyone can make it!
  9. We already have a whatsapp group. If you PM me your number I can add you! Meeting halfway sounds like a lot of fun . Although Arnhem and Leeuwarden are pretty far apart, something like the weerribben (west of Meppel) might be a nice place to plan a ride(looking for something in the middle:P), I'm completely open for other suggestions. Really curious how the KingSongs drive, so far only experienced IM
  10. That's awesome! we were thinking about meeting up in February again
  11. Hi Z3n, thanks for reminding me that I really needed to post that update. I managed to get the information on how to switch to a voltage level from this website: http://hobby16.neowp.fr/2016/11/07/charge-doctor-v2-firmware-v-2-03-2/ The trick is to change (in the adjustment mode) to "up V", you can then adjust the value to what you want and get the battery percentage to where you want it. The theory is that every 10% from full charge doubles the expected cycles, that might be why Mono charges to 80%. Personally I'd balance the charging % to your needs. I can use my wheel for commuting two
  12. I've been away from the forum for a bit too long so here are my 2cents (notes: Distance wheeled 200km, V8 is my first EUC): - Tire pressure: My stock kenda tyre isn't round so I already get a rub at 3 bar, which is really not that awesome really. I like the handling better on the hard tyre so I'm always keeping it close to the case ;). I do have a spare chao yang tyre but I just don't have the heart to swap it out for testing (heard it wasn't that easy :P). - Wobbling, as posted in my initial review this was a serious issue for me in the beginning, it's nearly completely gone by now.
  13. lol, what protection were you wearing? Dodged all the speedcams, would be bad news for the EUC drivers if the catch you going 200km/h .
  14. Hmm I'm hitting the comfortablenesslevel where I'm also thinking about jumping up stuff on my v8. Never thought of letting the unit "drive" up the curb by releasing my weight. Too bad I'm only reading this now, think I'll try it out next weekend (both jumping and gliding up). Unless my new commute requires me to jump curbs already, going to find out tomorrow ;). Sidenote: Actually driving up small curbs 3-4 cm is no problem for the v8 (I do that without thinking/special action)
  15. That's true, misread it, but there's another hurdle. Can everyone differentiate between a shut-ff and a fold? As indicated by this thread it happened too fast for me to be sure what exactly happened...
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