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    Dualtron Spider / KS16X / MCM3

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  1. Is that the guy who wasn't wearing any gear and has about a month of experience? Could it just been him asking for more acceleration that it had at the top?
  2. From my understand, yes, the left and right calibration matters as well.
  3. Congrats on your new wheel! The lock feature is designed for when the EUC is being shipped or transported. That way, if someone the power button does get pressed while in it's box, it doesn't go crazy with the wheel spinning up. I agree they could be more clear on how to unlock it (maybe a big Read me First paper in the box) but I do think there is a good reason to have it locked like that.
  4. I had the same problem when trying to update my 16x awhile back. I'm using a S10+ with Android 9 at the time. In any case, I could not get it to see the update like you. I tried both the app store app, as well as downloading the KS app directly from Kingsong. Nothing worked. I eventually had to use an old Android tablet and that updated it immediately. Not sure what it was with my phone and the KS app. I also received a Samsung version of the app from @buell47. I think they might have solved the connectivity issue, but I don't recall. I think before the new version, I couldn't update the firmware, nor could I get it to turn off to do a calibration. I think with this new version, I was able to do the calibration (I don't know about updating the firmware since I already have the latest one.)
  5. I had the same exact problem. I ended up returning them since I could never get them to say. The only thing I can say that might help is to make sure the middle strap is tight above your calf and below your inside knee. Since your leg should get wider the lower it goes, that's one of the main areas to help hold i up. Since I could never get it to work for me, I ended up getting some 187 Killer Pro Derby Pads. They don't cover my shins, but they do over huge amounts of knee protection. They also use velcro to secure them on so no need to pull over your leg.
  6. For me, I think it's just a matter of remembering to step up a bit more. With my MCM3, I don't really have to lift my foot far up to the pedal before I go. For my 16x, I definitely have to step higher to get on the pedal. But beyond that, it seems the same to me.
  7. I have the ProFrame and I love it. However, I've been tempted by the TLD Stage. I believe the older colorways of the Stage are on sale right now direct from TLD. https://troyleedesigns.com/collections/stage-helmets
  8. I calibrated my 16x once, right after I updated to 1.0.7. Never touched it since.
  9. Oh, that's interesting. Do you have any pics? Curious to see how much thicker they are.
  10. I really hate using the app. I'll use EUC World or Wheelog if I can. If I do use the KS app, as soon as I finish, I'll go to my apps, and Force Stop it. I find that it stops the notices.
  11. There is a calculator on the Slime website. If you enter your tire size, it tells you the amount to add. https://www.slime.com/us/slime-calculator.php
  12. Although I think it's a bit low, the 16x has tail lights on the back left and right side. It's a vertical strip of red leds that blink when braking or when "turning."
  13. The slot underneath is not hard to figure out. For the left/right, just use one finger to figure out where the missing center chunk is and just line it up against that. For the uo/down, it's near the bottom. You can't go too high, otherwise you'll end up on the ridge. The tape itself is small enough that you really can't miss where it will go.
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