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    Rockwheel gt16, kingsong 18

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  1. Yeah, it's great in city traffic, and when you fit in a parking spot that wouldn't fit another car that holds less, it is easy to laugh at the haters!
  2. Didn't solve it. seemed to be an intermittent board problem. I thought it was fixed a few times. Couldn't find a replacement board, and wouldn't bother now because there are much better wheels available. Good luck!
  3. My Wife and I have two other cars and an RV, so not being convenient for a long trip, isn't a deal breaker for us. " it has properly made me decide against buying an electric car. " That's a good point, using a EU for the short trips, actually reduces the need for a electric car. I didn't get one because I needed it more, but because I gained a interest in them. That's when I found that a BMW i3 that sold for $45,000 in 2014, can be had for $13,000 today. I paid less than that for mine, and see no signs of wear and no measurable battery degradation. The price for Li batteries was $1000 per Kw
  4. It told me it didn't have the range to get me home, but I didn't listen....now I listen! I thought I could just turn the heat off and drive gently and get further than it thought I could, but had to run wipers and defrost.
  5. I found that Lithium batteries and brushless motors are so efficient , precisely controllable and low maintenance that I bought an electric car! BMW i3 - I was not disappointed! My first drive home from the dealer, I was short on range due to cold sleet weather and had to detour to an airport to find a charger. Missed the entrance to the parking building that housed the chargers. Got down to zero available miles - it would still go, but who knows for how long. Parked it, and used the electric unicycle to scope out the most direct path to the charging station!
  6. I have a 121 with a new battery and a bad board. Sometimes it works. whole thing for 150?
  7. I never tried it! I doubt they have a rule against it. It's not like they need to worry about the risk of fire as much as an aircraft needs to.
  8. Seems like all IPS unicycles are listed as having 1000w motors. I have been told by a reputable source that the IPS 130a actually can only sustain 350w. Is it that the board and 16 cell battery pack can only sustain 350w?
  9. I have a 1200 watt Kingsong 18ay which seemed like all the power I could need, until I got a 2000 watt Rockwheel GT16. The wife and I both like the rockwheel better. I like the speed power and agility, she likes that it is easier to turn and balance. I have a 12" IPS 130 on order that I will chop up for a project, but it will be fun to see how we like a small wheel for a while before I do.
  10. Yeah I don't see a lot of them around Baltimore. What kind ofwheel do ya have? I'm in Gardenville off of Belair rd. I rode around the inner harbor in between stilt walking at the Light City event there earlier this year. All my weekends are booked up till mid November. I hcould meet during the week. I'm not into riding with a large group, but I like to learn things.
  11. I sent my number to Jason before we met up. I try to avoid posting my number were anyone could access it. Thanks for comming out, it was fun!
  12. Barring a RV breakdown, i will make it. I don't know ncr trail, but maybe that is better. Parking at inner harbor is expensive and a scenic trail sounds better.
  13. I'm not a speed demon. I did pick up a 84 volt 2000w Rockwheel gt16 this week, so that might change! I have not been in baltimore a long time so I don't know a lot of places. Inner harbor seems like a good place
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