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  1. Harold Farrenkopf

    V10 is safe from fire

    None of these are waterproof. Waterproof means it can be submerged in water safely. I believe no electrical wheels can do that without damage.
  2. Harold Farrenkopf

    My V10F dismantling

    No loctite provided in kit. What loctite number did you use? Will need to get some. Thanks.
  3. Harold Farrenkopf

    New Inmotion V10 (V8 Fast)

    I received mine a week ago. I was disappointed with the kit. The photo is all I got in the kit. I commented on the quality of the battery case on the fire thread. I got no pads like those that had theirs done by INMOTION. I’m not going to use that battery case because it is not hard or made well enough. Going to use 2” wide tape instead.
  4. Harold Farrenkopf

    Inmotion V10 fire.

    When we do rf connectors, we wrap it first with electrical tape and then vulcanized rubber over the tape and beyond the tape to mAke the seal to the cable jacket and then another wrap of electrical tape to cover the sticky vulcanized tape. The first layer of tape makes it easier to remove to undue the connection in the future because that vulcanized rubber is hard to remove
  5. Harold Farrenkopf

    Inmotion V10 fire.

    Will a cell failure just vent or will it catch fire and explode?
  6. Harold Farrenkopf

    Inmotion V10 fire.

    I bought some good quality of 2” wide electrical tape almost 2 months ago waiting for the kit. I could have been riding a lot more on wet roads if I didn’t wait for this kit with the cheap poorly made case as reported by Raleigh.
  7. Harold Farrenkopf

    Inmotion V10 fire.

    LOL again. Funny how I was mocked at by saying the battery case was too thin and as thin and cheap as a milk jug. So basically, I got nothing in my DIY repair kit that I’m going to use. BTW, where are the new pads that everyone else was getting when they sent their wheels in to INMOTION USA??? Did I get an incomplete kit?
  8. Harold Farrenkopf

    Inmotion V10 fire.

    LOL. I guess my suggestion of using two wraps of 2” wide electrical tape isn’t a bad idea after all. How many batteries showed water infiltration so far and what did INMOTION USA do about those batteries??? Are you replacing them???
  9. Harold Farrenkopf

    V10 pads too thin?

    When I squat to scratch an itch, it wobbles for me too. I think it is my legs are causing the wobble because the muscles are too loose at that position
  10. Harold Farrenkopf

    V10 pads too thin?

    My complaint with the pads are they are too sticky.... It is hard to shift forward and back when you are sticking to the pads....
  11. Harold Farrenkopf

    V10 pads too thin?

    I’ve got no problems with them. Maybe I have fat legs.
  12. Harold Farrenkopf

    Inmotion V10 fire.

    I have good quality 2” wide electrical tape that would overlap each turn by 1” and the another wrap at a different angle. No possibility of water getting through.
  13. Harold Farrenkopf

    Inmotion V10 fire.

    60C where? Batteries get to 60C?
  14. Harold Farrenkopf

    Inmotion V10 fire.

    I guess as thin and as cheap as a milk jug. Thickness of the body of the jug and not the handle or screw top. If I would have known it was going to be this material, I would have just taped it up 2 months ago.
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