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  1. Was sent this link and want to share it with the community. Doonesbury by Garry Trudeau for July 11, 2021 - GoComics Unfortunately I can relate to it.
  2. Thanks for the quick reply, glad to know that their are not any obvious issues. Guess there is know way of knowing if battery pack is out of balance (unless you have a ninebot) or perhaps a newer imotion wheel. Have always felt comfortable that the battery is balanced after a full charge (an hour or two after green led on charging brick) and getting to full voltage (84.5 on my 18l). Should I keep feeling this way? Is there any other testing that I can do to get an understanding on battery health?
  3. Seb Thanks for all the hard work you put into euc world. The app keeps getting better and better. The community is lucky to have you doing it. I have a question about the new feature "Battery circuit resistance" in euc world 2.6. I understand it is an indication of battery health, but have no idea what how to evaluate it. I am thinking lower is better and am getting .21-.23 ohms on my kingsong 18l; is this good? What is a normal range? What value range would be worrisome?
  4. @martybacke I don't know if there is different firmware, but if it isn't then there need to be at least different code paths to differentiate between when the KS18L and the KS18XL start to limit speed. The limit on the higher cell count wheel is set to a lower percentage of battery left. The 18l starts throttling at 50% and the 18xl starts at 25%. They allow this because there are more cells in parallel on the 18xl and and can collectively give enough current at lower cell voltages safely. The throttling has to happen at a higher voltage on the 18l and a lower one on the 18xl. So it's
  5. Klonoa Just wondering if you would mind sharing where this occurred. Would like to know where I should avoid.
  6. That link appear to be a proposed bill and not law yet, if ever. Since I'm a Mass resident I'll have to look into this further. It would be good to know where we stand now. And yes, it is hard to have fun legally in Massachusetts.
  7. Hello I have been riding a few months and have really enjoying this hobby/sport. Learning curve has not been to bad, and having a lot of fun doing it. I currently have a 14" Ninebot Segway S1 with 150 miles on it. I feel comfortable using it on suburban streets and on sidewalk with moderate and heavy pedestrian/bike traffic. It has served me well and taught me how to ride, but feel it is limiting me now. Constantly hit the 20 km/hr and can't keep up with bicycles. The rage is quite limiting too. I'm heaver at 200 lbs and and get 10-12 miles out of a charge. I took it on vacation
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