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  1. The Mten3 is highly reactive. To boot it transforms itself from a toe and heel machine to a body throw machine past a certain speed. The ergonomics are questionable. The V10, and V10F are body machines, quite ergonomic but top heavy. Mostly irresponsive to toe and heel technics. This is why some say it is sluggish. It needs some serious motivation (meaning body engagement) to become wild! I hope this helps...
  2. Basically you bought a Limo and a go-kart... Give yourself some credit and some TIME. It takes (way) more than 5 weeks to feel at ease on both... Cheers!
  3. How many times do I have to repeat? This IS the sexiest looking wheel!
  4. My kind of Newbie! Cheers! Downgrading soon to a V8F!
  5. I love the noise when hill climbing: Grrrrr! Grrrrr! Grrrrr!
  6. Welcome! Enjoy! @Marty Backe should get a commission from Gotway for each new convert!😃
  7. pico


    @trya We miss your posts and adventures here! I am glad to see you have been busy with your other passions!
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    Well done! Wow!
  9. I understand that part(CC/CV), thanks! My case is a trust issue to balance cells with a cheap OEM $55 5A charger that has a loud fan for hours! Let me rephrase, for my own use. Say I am in a hurry. I use the fast charger up to 90-95% charge and go ride. Every now and then when I have time, I use the silent/sealed IM stock charger for long charging and balancing.
  10. I did not mean to stop charging to cool down , I meant top up at a lower rate (when needed), generating less heat...
  11. As you said, unfortunately no much reliable data available. My personal guidelines for my V10F: Fast charging (I have a 5A charger) only to 90% then top up at regular charging rate if needed (allowing the pack to cool down a bit ). Attended balancing only on the company supplied charger, once every 10 charges or so. My guess is that any weak cell in a pack will have a higher temperature when fast charged (higher internal resistance) and the higher temperature will cause that cell to degrade even faster...
  12. @Chriull Nice write up! May be some mentions of pro/con of fast charging?
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