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Nick McCutcheon

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  1. Nick McCutcheon

    Gotway MSuper X arrived

    Here is the gotway app for android (link from Marty) and here is how to calibrate. It may think it’s fallen over due to horrible calibration, so let’s hope that’s the issue.
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    WheelLog Android App

    When the ewheels fast charger stops charging my ACM2 1600 with the cutoff dial at 90%, it says 80.4 V but wheellog says 83% and 79ish V. This is also on the newest version.
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    Black Rock City

    Do you do this every year? I won’t be able to make it this year but I plan to be there next year.
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    Need some help with WheelLog

    I was confused about this too. This thread is where you should download the most up-to-date versions of wheellog, I believe the current version is 2.0.13.
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    WheelLog Android App

    Ah, I’ve never checked the wheel settings menu since I’ve never had a need to. I’ll change the setting later today when I go on a ride. It really doesn’t matter too much. My reasons for making that comment are 1) To make sure that on the slight off chance that it’s a real issue instead of me just being dumb (this is another case of the latter), it’s brought to the dev’s attention 2) I’m a bit of a perfectionist and get annoyed when something’s just a bit off I’m sure there’s other reasons that some may have, but I’m not sure what they are as those two are my only reasons.
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    WheelLog Android App

    I’m not sure if it’s only me having this issue, but version 2.0.13 shows my ACM2 as a 67v wheel as opposed to an 84v wheel. Everything else works, like percentage, wattage, amp draw, etc. I noticed the app shows voltage correctly on other new 84v Gotway wheels like the MSX, so I’m wondering if this is an issue for other ACM2 users, or just me.
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    What is the smallest EUC?

    Have you looked at the IPS i5? Apparently it’s thin/lightweight enough to fit in a large backpack even though it’s a 14” wheel. It’s $650 though, so if price is a big issue then the Luffy might be better despite its lower specs. Although, I would be interested to see what others on here recommend.
  8. Nick McCutcheon

    The Photo Thread

    Are you not considering the MCM5 because of the battery limitation? Apparently it’s the best hill climber around. I wonder if you’d be able to rig up a charge and ride system like some onewheel riders have been doing... But yeah, if a DIY charge and ride setup isn’t for you then I suppose waiting is the best option for now!
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    Gotway MSuper X arrived

    I don’t think so. I know for a fact it resets the trip miles when you lay it down, but I’m not sure if it also subtracts those miles from the total mileage counter. If it does, that seems like a bigger issue... I’ll have to check later today when I go on a ride.
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    Gotway MSuper X arrived

    This is an issue on the ACM2 as well... I just use a geo tracker app for my really long rides because I usually stop and lay the wheel down at least once or twice along the way to inspect to make sure everything’s ok.
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    ACM2 after 1-2 weeks: first impressions/review

    Let’s hope! Also, I forgot to ask, do you (or anyone else) know what size the drill bit should be for the trolley handle holes? I think I’ve got the right size but I just want to be sure.
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    ACM2 after 1-2 weeks: first impressions/review

    Alright, I’ve just received the new motor from ewheels (thanks Jason for working with my situation!) It looks good, but I’ve JB welded the crack and the surrounding areas on the current motor pretty good, so I’ll keep using the current motor until it becomes broken beyond any hope of repair, which hopefully is in a long while. Like @meepmeepmayer said, either it doesn’t break and I’m fine, or it breaks and I replace it. Simple as that. I just wanted to get a replacement motor in as soon as possible, because I’m not sure if the rim will fail in a matter of days, weeks, months, or longer, and I’d like to be able to make the swap without having to wait for shipping when the time comes. No point in wasting a functional motor right? Also, my trolley handle kit just arrived with the motor. I’m excited to put it on and start wheeling it around!
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    ACM2 after 1-2 weeks: first impressions/review

    I found a crushed-looking pinecone when scanning the area, but it is very possible I missed something. This was at night, after all. Let’s hope all the bad luck is out of the way! At this point I’m just waiting to see what ewheels says about how much a motor will cost. I don’t go fast on trails for fear of hitting big bumps (how ironic this is now), and I really only go off curbs if I find myself barreling towards them and unable to stop in time (when turning corners or going through unfamiliar areas, for example). So, not very often. Admittedly I probably push the wheel a tad bit further than some, but not to the point where I would expect a failure. I
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    ACM2 after 1-2 weeks: first impressions/review

    I weigh 180 when riding, and my tire pressure was 40-42 psi. And yeah, I’m pretty sure warranty is out the window at this point. I’ll see what ewheels says about getting a new motor. Before attempted repair, the bend looked like this (pic from @Tbx Nicolas) but less severe.
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