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HarpMudd

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    West Chester, PA
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    Inmotion V8

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  1. Jason was awesome last summer when I was trying to make a decision to buy my first wheel. Talked to him on a phone and exchanged a few emails. He usually bundles a freebie such as wrist guards with his wheels and also works to cut you a deal on a fast charger. My experience was excellent. I'm now getting ready to buy my next one and will surely pick eWheels. I wouldn't want to go through the hassle of a repair that I have to send to China and wait to get it back or end up spending money anyway to repair. Id rather pay a little extra for the awesome service, 1 year warranty and peace of mind.
  2. You can also use darknessbot to unlock the V8 to 22mph but I would do that at your own risk. The wheel is definitely capable of 22mph, but the limiter to 18mph is for one's safety. I only weigh 140lbs, so feel somewhat comfortable operating that the higher speed.
  3. The wrist-guards Jason includes are pretty nice quality. When I was learning, they totally saved my wrists during one nasty fall. For now, I still slip these on before I ride.
  4. I bought the V8 as my first wheel back in July. Don’t get me wrong, it’s a beautiful machine...but once you learn well, you’ll be riding the beep and dreaming of that extra speed. I feel I’m stuck for a bit with this one...and now I’m constantly drooling over the Z10 and MSX. The addiction is real! If you can scrape together the extra bucks for something faster with some more range, do it... you won’t be sorry.
  5. That definitely sounds like some debris got caught up inside. I once had a leaf inside mine and riding around would not get rid of it. I ended up lying my wheel on its side, and had to use a flashlight and various tools to pull it out.
  6. Acturbo and I rode SRT a few weeks ago and did the "Philly Tour" - Art Museum, Liberty Bell, Love Mark, Penns Landing, and China Town. I got about 25 miles out of my V8 and still had about 35% battery left! Def up for another ride some day.
  7. These are really good! Once I switched to the Hypervulcs I noticed an increased level of responsiveness in my turns.
  8. I opened up my wheel and when trying to put the gasket back in, I broke it, so I ended up ripping it out entirely. I ended up just putting a few strips of electrical tape over-top of where the gasket used to be.
  9. I have Jason’s fast charger for my Glide 3 and all I can say is that it’s pretty darn nice.
  10. Hey Jerome, def up for meeting some time. The only way to get more EUC awareness in Philly is to ride around, stop and answer people's questions.
  11. Ahh there’s the gasket.. lol. ? Thanks!
  12. Thanks..That is a good video! ? I never saw any rubber gasket though.
  13. Cool. What time do you normally go and from what point on the trail would you ride? I'm new to this, so open to ideas.
  14. Tonight I noticed this thick white rubber band popping out of the casing from underneath my G3’s handle. Maybe it came out during a recent light wreck. For those who have done their own repairs, what is the purpose of this? Is it a seal of some sort? Is it an involved process opening your wheel up and putting it back in place? My wheel appears to be functioning fine since I’ve noticed this. Thanks!
  15. I've been mainly riding around neighborhoods at night just getting some time under my belt. I live outside of the borough. I only weigh 140, so should be able to max out the mileage.. I've yet to charge it to 100% and ride until it's dead. I work near the PA/DE border, so could do an after work ride - I'd be up for checking out the Northern DE greenway trail. Also up for Schuylkill River Trail or any of the others.
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