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  1. I'm going to remain very skeptical on this one. I see some sites say this for the Gotway Monster Pro, but they make other mistakes related to electrical specifications so I'm remaining highly skeptical on this, What I saw was Gotway said something about 20A short-circuit (i.e. fuse) protection. This does not by itself imply that it can support a 20A charge rate. I suspect a language / knowledge issue maybe originating inside of Gotway for one, not sure about this wheel as I''ve seen no other reference to this from Iron.
  2. Sounds like a good reason to call speedyfeet and order a wheel.
  3. Magnetic is good, I just mean something a bit flexible but provides a good connection and is easily removable to access the shock.
  4. Interesting, maybe what they should be looking at is some sort of velcro fastener.
  5. Yes, i have extensive safety gear. I only go hard core on the EUCs, medium on the Segway, and just helmet, lights and gloves, on the bike. Safety vest on the bike if on many road ways or in the dark. I don't want to go down on the ground safety gear or not. Only wear FF helmet on EUC. I like the reduced safety-gear aspect of the e-bikes, and people here give me lots of room on my bikes for some reason. e-bikes are my current favorite EV. Don't like wearing one of my hundred backbacks anymore on long trips, too hot, and restricting. Love having the vehicle carry the load. 100mil
  6. I'm liking my hybrid tires also, but not really seeing too much difference yet between them and the sport tires of the same diameter on my other MiniPro. I'd have to try a lot more terrain and maybe do some side-by-side, but I can say I'm not having any problems with them and I've had them on quite a few surfaces, but only shorter distances not much more than 20km per trip. Have to spend more times with the EUCs and the e-bikes now. I'm loving my 100mile e-bike trips, but maybe now that the fall is here I'll try another super long segway trip just for fun. The segway is still the best for
  7. What makes you think they do this at the end of the line?
  8. on MiniPro All lights flashing should been charged and balanced. I suppose it might be possible that if the cells balance at a low voltage then the charger may continue, but generally the charger turns green, and then sometime later, and it can be a while, all bars flash. This is the original design, I've been charging my mini-pros for a good number of years. However I will add that now I use a 63V charger, and with the stock charger there is more voltage difference possible since 100% is not 100% but the software is programmed to lie as it is 100% as per original NA spec. However in the
  9. No, I would not wait once the Mini Pro is flashing all bars. Sounds like the charger may be out of spec, or the MiniPro is, but most likely the charger had drifted out of spec.
  10. No, we have voiced our concern about the Segway SpyApp, but no you need an internet connection. not sure if anyone has spent time to try and fake it out.
  11. Buying a power brick is one way. The connector is called a Leveno connector. They are available. Google is your friend (well not really, but you can use it anyway).
  12. First step on dead battery is to plug it into the charger outside of the mini pro and leave it for a while, sometimes a long while. If no luck; Second step is to try to wake up the BMS/battery by applying a voltage or charger directly to the large battery connector, not the charge port. There is a thread on here about that, people making little leads to try and wake the battery with the mini's supply. I may be opening a battery soon to swap the cells, or take out the BMS, if I do I'll take pictures. There are some pictures of battery disassembly around on the forum somewhe
  13. It you leave in n-minutes without it moving it will automatically power-off. If you mean power-off while riding... well that would be a problem, it can happen with fall electronics or battery, or if pushed too hard depending on what you mean by 'off' as there are many stores of 'off' for some people, and for practical purposes of a functioning machine.
  14. exit, restart app, connect to device, you should see speed-limit button. press it.
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