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  1. I've noticed that with the "Lift to stop running switch" on, when pulling up the trolley handle, occasionally my 18XL stops balancing and the only way to get it to balance again is to turn it off and turn it back on. A couple times in the past few days, after coming to a stop and just standing with one foot on the wheel, the wheel stopped balancing. The handle was in the down position and I didn't touch the handle. I had to turn the wheel off and on to balance again. I have since turned off the "Lift to stop running switch" for fear it might cut-off while riding. I have a 1,000 miles on the wheel. Not sure why I was using the switch in any case. I seldom have use for it. Has anyone else had this issue?
  2. Not really paranoid of the "hypothetical big-brother-in-the-sky" ... just the pissed off trail walker/jogger that ends up working hard to get us banned on this great trail system. All I'm saying is to save the speedometer overlay for street riding videos ... not for showing "we're" going twice the speed limit on mixed-use trails.
  3. @chrisjunlee My unsolicited advice is not to post videos with speedometer overlays that show going far over the speed limits of the "trails" that you're riding on. If one can get a red-light ticket from a camera, what do you think can happen if the wrong person happens to see your video. We all go faster than the 15 mph limit on the trails you're riding (bicycles and euc's) ... just not a good idea to put it out there imho.
  4. Sorry ... I can't help myself ... I think it's better being wreck less than being wreck more. Of course being reckless is not good for our public image and may endanger others.
  5. Let's shoot Marty for not going to the doctor after his faceplant with an injury where he can barely raise his arm. Other than that, can we move off of the gun topic? Thanks @Unventor for getting back to EUC talk.
  6. Marty, Take it from an old guy that has a high tolerance for pain, go get some x-rays. I would be surprised if you don't have a cracked bone or two from the sounds of it. I had a crash 1.5 years ago, before I wore wrist guards and knee pads. Got x-rayed/mri'ed and had a cracked ulna and small wrist bone. Not too bad and only required immobilization for 6 weeks. Which, of course, I didn't do ... so it took more like 16 weeks to heal.
  7. Are you talking about both items? I agree that the current iOS app doesn't show current speed or speed control setting on the main page, but the "Turning and Forwarding Adjustment" seems to work and keeps the wheel from tipping forward while turning. At least it did for my V10F after I recently upgraded the firmware to 2.2.28 It would be nice for the iOS app to be fixed though. Another annoying issue with it is when I go to Vehicle Information, it disconnects from Bluetooth.
  8. You need to do a "Turning and Forwarding Adjustment." It is under "Vehicle Correction" and called "Turning and Forwarding Adjustment" on IOS. Make sure that your V10 is perpendicular to the ground before correction. As shown here:https://image.ibb.co/cU649J/140_B78_D5_31_E5_4561_9162_4_D4_F49_EA2779.png)"
  9. Hey Rehab, What brand industrial grip tape did you use? Is it staying well?
  10. I second the InMotion. I'm sorry. I'm weak. I just couldn't resist.
  11. I have the iPhone app and it has always shown imperial "miles" on the "first" screen and metric "miles" on the "second" screen. The app just wrongly uses the terms "mi" and "mileage" instead of "km" and "kilometers". Everyone knows to multiple miles by .6 to convert kilometers to miles (very close anyway). So 250 "miles" really is 150 "miles" on the iPhone App. I know I should keep my mouth shut, but I just can't. @novazeus, take a breath. I'm sure your original V10F is just fine. I know what a pain in the ass it has to be for you and Bob but the issue really doesn't add up to a refund or new wheel. I think @Jeffrey Scott Will and his team have been great dealing with this huge warranty/recall situation. It's not easy for a very small company like InMotionUSA to step up and perform like they have.
  12. Nils, what was your battery level when these happened? I wonder if there are two kinds of Overloads ... one due to long, steep climbs in hot weather (overheating) ... another, "pushing" hard into hills but at lower battery levels? The two times that I got an Overload was for the latter. I've tried to duplicate one of the Overloads by pushing hard up the same steep hill with a lot of battery reserve and I couldn't get it to Overload. I tend to keep my wheel highly charged but maybe I'll let the charge dwindle and try the same hill at below 40% battery level to see if Overloads again.
  13. @kjon12 No. I went over the 520 Bridge. I've done it twice so far. Both times in beautiful weather with no wind. I imagine the I-90 bridge would be nice as well.
  14. We definitely get cheated out of sunshine here but today was 88 F. and I just did a 14 mile trip up and down some pretty steep hills. Still no overheat/overload. Maybe the V10F is a "weightist" and doesn't like little guys. LOL I'm 220+ lbs and don't feel cheated at all. ?
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