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  1. I can provide the serial number of you want to know the manufacturing date. I purchased it from another rider on Craigslist a couple of months ago and did not bother to ask where it was purchased since there is no warranty (most likely AliExpress). I rode this MSX for over 100 miles and my other one have over 1000 miles. Both have been working great and I don't expect them to have any issues based on the miles I put on them and the MSX track record.
  2. Selling one of my other MSX. No issues beside some road rashes (on mainly one side of the shell). Comes with the mudguard and charger only. It only has 344 miles so the batteries are still like new. I'm the 2nd owner so there's no warranty. Local buyer preferred. $1400 - slightly negotiable
  3. Yes, it's working properly. The button doesn't deactivate the motor if the wheel is in motion. Definitely a mod worth doing since it's so easy and cheap!
  4. Thank you @Seba for this update!! BTW, the link doesn't work since download is missing a "s". For the live map service, is it possible to add a delete function to delete the unwanted tours?
  5. My custom MSX switch also does not activate when the wheel is in motion (Just tested it since I was curious what would happen if it was accidentally pushed during motion.).
  6. You also cannot make a mistake as long as you purchase a momentary button switch that's Normally Open (On). You should watch the below YouTube video to get a better understanding how the switch work.
  7. Looks the same but another brand? I'm sure many of them come out of the same factory though. It's basically the same thing but just worded differently. On = open Off = closed
  8. @Planemo is correct, the switch is normally open (like the motherboard) and closes when pressed.
  9. Mine also didn't have the silicone on the motor stop plug. I was mainly referring to the USB plug one that's full of silicone.... Sorry but I don't understand your problem. Are you saying your motor doesn't turn back on after you release the button? What kind of switch did you buy or used? Mine is working like how it's supposed to. You press and hold the button to disengage the motor and release it to reengage.
  10. The original Russian guy put the button underneath the handle. I also considered it but decided against it since it's more work. You would need to take the whole housing apart to drill the hole for the switch. I also didn't want to mess with the handle structure due to the hole and force needed to keep the button compressed. The USB port (useless to me) was the best solution since you don't need to drill any hole so it's completely reversible.
  11. 1. I thought about putting it there but I have no problem with where is it now since I have big hands. Plus it's also easier to remove the USB plug versus the power button. You just need to pry the USB up to remove it. This is basically a plug and play replacement. Very easy to do without taking the whole housing apart, you just need to remove the side panel. The hardest part to this mod was removing the silicone on the motherboard. 2. It actually doesn't stick out as much as you may think. It's basically the same height as the charger cover once it's compressed. The switch would also be the least of my worry if I take a tumble that bad for it to flip over....🤣 Honestly, I just purchased the cheapest switch I could find to test this out first. I will upgrade it to something like one of your link in the future. I'll see how this one hold up for now.
  12. It's a momentary switch, you press and hold to activate and release to deactivate
  13. Correct, it stop the motor from spinning when you lift it off so you don't have to turn it off.
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