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  1. The charger itself (bought and received it) seems to only have two pins wired up) my sherman is also fairly early in terms of batch, so an educated guess would be that my sherman doesn't have 4 pins wired up per port. So I'd need to get a splitter. But what's the actual issue with charging at 8AMPs on two pins. What issues does it actually cause? I've charged it like that once already, out of necessity. It it seems fine for now
  2. Very simple, does the 100.8V 8AMP Gotway charger actually work for the Veteran sherman?
  3. What charger do y'all recommend to buy for the sherman? I'd like to get something that isn't gonna mess it up obviously, and on top if that something good. Any recommendations for a good 100.8V charger?
  4. Well the idea is you calibrate it so you don't prematurely run out of battery
  5. So with this new firmware updater app we've got, I updated my sherman to the latest version. And in the latest version we have an option to calibrate the voltage, which is basically just an option to offset which voltage the board thinks the batteries are at, changing when tiltback and all that kicks in. So, like Marty said, I charged my sherman to full battery, and used the voltage calibration to offset it up to 100.5V (should be 100.8V) but calibration only went as far as +1.5V Question is, can I be sure that's safe? Is the voltage really at around 100.8V when the sherman is full
  6. Seems like I have these dreaded 150uF caps in BOTH of my leaperkim chargers Now the last thing I'd want would be to kill my sherman with one of these, so how would I go about getting proper chargers? Can I contact veteran or something
  7. Worthy to note, I tried soft mode to see if I'd get more range, nothing, keep using medium, soft isn't gonna give you any range
  8. Will definitely go ahead and open them up, I know how to take safety precautions so I should be fine, might not be able to do pictures since I'd have to do some external site stuff, but I'll definitely report what I find inside
  9. Both of my chargers seem to be the newer 220uf chargers from 2020 based on the housing, is there anything else to check on the outside, model number, date of manufacturing that can tell me whether they're the better 220uf or not, plan is to use one charger for general use and 2 whenever and if I ever absolutely need it Currently charging my sherman with the 2 chargers, one of them says leaperkim, the other one just says YZ power charger
  10. I tried out SOFT MODE, the range DID NOT IMPROVE I'm going back to medium, range was actually ever so slightly lower with soft mode lmao I ain't messing around with that, same speeds same everything basically
  11. So I've got 2 chargers for my sherman, should I not dare to even charge with both, go ahead and do it, or should I just keep it for situations where I absolutely need the faster charging? what's the status on this
  12. I'm running at around 45-50psi which I wouldn't go any higher than, but I also do think those tire pressures are a good sweetspot for my weight, I don't understand how people can ride these things at my weight or heavier and do shit like 35 PSI, feels deflated lmao, too many downsides, running at higher PSI gets more range, less tire wear, less chance of tire popping off the rim issues etc, and better grip and higher stability, so there's really no reason not to, except for shock absorption, but I don't have an issue with that here at all.
  13. I'm currently trying out soft mode, which feels hella sketchy at first, but once you get used to it, it's like floating on a cloud, mostly using it to test if I'll get more range out of it, will update y'all on my findings
  14. 92kg Medium mode, this time I disabled tiltback at 43kph and went around 50kph usually as well as riding more aggressively, this brought my 100km range down by a whole 20km to 80km, going faster ain't worth it, gonna keep my tiltback on, trying soft mode next
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