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  1. meepmeepmayer

    The Photo Thread

    Ah yes, the good old nuclear powered EUCs from the 50s
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    King Song 14D cut out...writing this from hospital

    Ahem ... ACM frying on that hill counts as cutout, right? And what was with your 14D board, didn't it cut out too?
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    Mysterious imbalance in my ACM??? What is it?

    Final update: Over 300km and some grueling offroad rides later, I can safely say the repair is a 100% success. I completely forgot there once was an imbalance. So if you have a bent rim, bend it back carefully, and that's it! 😊
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    Choosing Gotway ACM 16

    @SaiXHardt The electro-sport guy and the 1rad guy work closely together (as well as with the German Gotway importer, 1rad is the KS importer and stores the other guys' wheels) and both are very reputable. Hoping they can give you a definitive answer that your board firmware is ok. Though it's a bit disappointing the wheel he sold you is a year old, but if the board is fine, whatever. The interesting number is the serial number (which is below the bar code on the sticker, the motor code does not really matter, it's just the production date of the motor) as it is the assembly date and that might indicate the board firmware. Also, I can't remember, but I don't know whether ACMs were affected by the oscillation thing... Anyways, enjoy your new wheel! I recommend 35km/h beeper (which coincides with the default 2nd alarm - 3 beeps) as a speed limit with a big margin left (I'm 80kg). Depending on your weight, if it matches your height (70kg or less?), 40 should also be ok I hope, no guarantees, but there's always the 80% alarm so just try it. @Arbolest Now that is a fantastic write-up! And you're right, the ACM is super grounded and tank-like, and the wide stance and low center of weight makes it very easy to maneuver. It's a really strong wheel that stays rock solid level until the battery is empty.
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    Msuper V3 1900, photos from Lukas gotway

    Not at all. Well, maybe a little on the handle Not at all.
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    Video - King Song KS-18L - 30 degree ramp test

    Any wheel with a >1000W motor can do that. A 2m ramp means nothing. Please tell more
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    Msuper V3 1900, photos from Lukas gotway

    Hnnnnnnnnnnng I want one Dat tire clearance, tho... I wonder if you could even put a knobby tire on it. Still want one, kind of.
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    Gotway ACM2 1500w motor?

    ACM2 and ACMv2 are two different things (except when they're not but really they are). The ACM (the exact name, if there even is one, seems to be ACM16) always came with a 1500W motor. The very first few 67.2V ACMs had boards with 6 mosfets and Gotway quickly learned this wasn't enough* when they blew up like crazy. So soon all ACMs got boards with 12 mosfets, including all 84V models (1300/1600Wh capacities) which came later. These 12 mosfet ACMs were called ACM16 v2 to differentiate them from the 6 mosfet future electronic scrap. So nearly all ACMs are v2 (usually having the very old style, smaller pedals with the red rubber and no grip tape indicates a 6 mosfet ACM), and definitely all 84V models are v2 (12 mosfets). Now the ACM2 (I believe there is no official name) is an update of the ACM with the Tesla motor (1900W/2000W whatever) and some other small technical upgrades. It does not help that some dealers, most notably ewheels.com, sell this as "ACMv2". Looks like you're buying an regular (non-Teslaized) ACM, which just has the original 1500W motor. Exactly as expected. Essentially there's the ACM and the ACM2 and you're looking at an ACM. * (The technically sound fix is to use better mosfets, not more of them.)
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    New Inmotion V10 (V8 Fast)

    @Bobwheel Can you elaborate on the pedal dip in turns? [Regarding all wheels, not just Inmotions or the V10(F)] In the article, it says: So it appears the dipping is unintentional (as it is on other wheels, indicated by the fact that doing a calibration can get rid of it). Why does it happen? A limitation of the gyro sensor used in current wheels? I've always wondered what the exact cause is here... Would be nice if you can give us some technical insight!
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    Gotway ACMv2 will not power on anymore

    The two black and red cables are the power cables from the battery to the board. One got disconnected by the damage. Might just be unlucky chafing (and the lack of any cable management). Are you sure that this is no heat damage? Is there damage on the black cable, too, or does it just look like this in the photo (might just be the water resistant coating of the board doing these "bubbles"). Also check your motor cables - coming out of the axle in the black sleeve, where the sleeve ends and the wires go their separate ways and the motor cables are bent 180°, then the cylindrical golden connectors along the motor cables where they connect to the ends from the board. Make sure everything looks fine and you see no heat damage. Especially where the cables or connectors touch anything, including the side panel when it's on. Also, with such a new wheel, let Jason do the repair. Not your job to exchange a board now. Unless you really don't mind and want to do it yourself.
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    My MSuper V3s+ Ascent of Mount Wilson

    You don't have to convince me in the slightest, the X has been on my mind ever since its board pictures - you just have to convince my wallet Otherwise I'd probably already have done a certain AliExpress transaction. Despite it being an unknown new GW wheel and having tiny tire clearance. You have some spare ~1600€ you don't need lying around perchance?
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    Monster 100v with 2500Wh Battery?

    No, just the 84V again recently, and it isn't my kind of wheel
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    Monster 100v with 2500Wh Battery?

    It also tends sideways when in neutral stance due to the uneven battery distribution, and it is a slog to maneuver due to the weight being off center-of-rotation. msX all the way! This guy is coming from a GT16.
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    The Photo Thread

    The first few 84V Gotways (ACM, ms3) both had white side panels, didn't they? Where did you buy? Just curious, because white side panels make me wonder what's going on, is it a used wheel? Anyways, great wheel with great range! @Bob Eisenman Loving your long range rides, awesome! @Hunka Hunka Burning Love Wow you're actually riding
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    My MSuper V3s+ Ascent of Mount Wilson

    Damn Marty!! Fantastic dreamy ride up through the clouds and then you get above them and have that fantastic Alpine scenery. I know why I love mountain riding and why I wish I had a more trustworthy wheel. The ride down also looked like a lot of relaxing fun. And 20% battery no-load is just the point where you would barely have gotten any further, so you fully utilized your battery. Also great find with this incline-controlled path due to it being a former car route. And very nice video editing and scenes you did overall Two questions: Were your cooling stops irregular (just when you didn't like the temperature on some occasions) or did you have regular stops? How much leg pad pinching do you have to do on the msuper vs the ACM? I'm using pedals only on my ACM on inclines and it works great (well tiptoeing too long can get uncomfortable, but breaks are needed anyways), so wondering how you mountain ride with your ACM and ms3.
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