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  1. It is a kind of "perpetum mobile". Up to this moment we know that it is not possible. There is a lot of losses, from efficiency, friction and etc.
  2. I don't think it's a fully proprietary tire. Most probably CST offer a tire which was adopted by NB. The most difficult part is to find the original. I think that there is a professional in a bike shop somewhere in the world (hopefully) that can identify the original.
  3. Thanks for the clarification. I am owner of Z10, but I am not at home. Will be at home after 5 or 6 days. My reliever is already onboard and my contract is about to finish. I know that for the previous Ninebot wheels, the charger is connected directly to the battery, but didn't know how it is in the Z10. In the previous models there was not communication cables at all.
  4. @Filalapat Did you charge the battery after the mod? I am asking because during the charging the wheel is switched off and, if the wheel is modded, there is not communication between the mainboard and battery. Is this a problem?
  5. @Filalapat Is this suitable https://www.amazon.com/Aideepen-G3MB-202P-DC-AC-Solid-Module/dp/B01JCPPBI4/ref=lp_6374820011_1_17?s=industrial&ie=UTF8&qid=1558391933&sr=1-17
  6. Hello @FilalapatThanks for the solution. Probably I will make the mod because when I am on contract (around four months), I make my wife to check regularly the battery charge. It is difficult to find the CRYDOM CMX100D10 Solid relay. Can you give the specs to look for similar please
  7. Bad. Anyway. You can try. Probably now have short connection somewhere. After washing and capacitors replacement, there is a chance to start working again. Capacitors are cheap. It will not take too much time or money, and is cheaper than buying new mainboard
  8. Thanks. Bad to hear that. I know that the electrolytic capacitors lifespan is not very big. But 500km is very small. Obviously I have to open my wheel and check the condition. Is your mainboard totally damaged? Probably it is still possible to repair it by washing the remaining of the electrolyte and replacing the capacitors.
  9. Thanks. Bad to hear that. I know that the electrolytic capacitors lifespan is not very big. But 500km is very small. Obviously I have to open my wheel and check the condition and probably change the capacitors with better quality.
  10. Can you give more info? What means "slowly blown up"? Did you watch the process?
  11. I clean my wheel with baby wipes outside and as far as I can reach with fingers around the tire / motor. For now it's enough.
  12. I don't check the pressure very often too. Really I use a pressure gauge only when pump up the tire. BUT i check by hand how stiff is it almost every time before I start riding. Which is checking the pressure . This remain from the time when I had a bicycle.
  13. Yes, but if the root of the valve is just under the hole in the rim. If the root is not on place, the valve pipe will point upward or will lay on the rim.
  14. I think Ninebot C/E. Probably was raided with very low pressure.
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