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Tryptych last won the day on November 29 2020

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    V8 + V11 + MSP

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  1. You can practice rolling all day but it has ZERO value when it comes to a crash like this. I don't care if you think you're a ninja - you aren't. When this shit happens you have no choice in how you will land - you're foolish to think otherwise. You'll be INSTANTLY slammed to the concrete, stunned, dazed, and not even be sure what happened. That is the reality - even at 20mph, you're young or inexperienced if you think otherwise. Anyone who has been injured in a serious crash like this knows this is the reality. This is a perfect opertunity to have a real conversation about why these
  2. Twice in the past few weeks while charging my V11 has spoken outloud: “Please Repair”. Both times it happened at the end of the charge when was is balancing the batteries and the charger’s green light was on. I have run diagnostics and examined the batteries, everything looks fine, both batteries are at 83.4V after the charge, both are "Normal". Also: I rode many times (200 km or more) after the first “Please Repair” and charged back up to 100% several times without issue. At first I thought it was just a glitch in the new firmware, but now that it's happened twice I am more concern
  3. "MonoWheel" is already being used by a lot of people.
  4. I don't see this posted anywhere on these forums so I am going to post it. Black Cobra is hurt pretty bad, support a fellow rider if you can: https://www.gofundme.com/f/2086gjn6qo Also, subscribe to his YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/ThaBlackCobra From what I've heard his new Monster Pro "turned off" at about 20mph. I don't have very much detail except for what I've heard in rumours: he was not riding very hard when it happened, he was fully geared, and they can't find anything wrong with the wheel now except it won't turn back on (please add more details/correc
  5. I've bought so many little knick knacks for my three EUCs that I think it's time to invest in a 3D printer. Can anyone recommend a decent printer for a beginner? It should be well suited for printing stuff for my EUCs: flypads, bumpers, etc. Got any other tips for a beginner?
  6. Five Stars. Don't spend too much time worring about negative reviews - those people are idiots.
  7. It would be really cool if EUC World showed a few thumbnails of your photos from each ride on the 'Tours' page. For example: see below where I have marked 1,2 and 3... each of those could be a thumbnail from pics you took during that ride (if any). It would make that entire page much more fun & much more useful when you go back months later and review your past Tours.
  8. You don't need another wheel, and shouldn't go any faster for at least 6-12 months. Jump off a curb on your V11. Now imagine what it would feel like if that curb had been twice as high - that's what non-suspenion is like. Or, if you really want to know, just drain all the air out of your shocks and go for a ride
  9. A warning about the Lemfo LEMT - do not attempt to remove the wristband. It has two pins inside holding the band on. If you try to get them off, so you can get the band off, it is very difficult (you'll need a hammer) and you have a very high chance of damaging the pins and causing your GPS to no longer function (apparently the two pins are used as GPS antennas and they are connected to the inside of the watch).
  10. A warning about the Lemfo LEMT - do not attempt to remove the wristband. It has two pins inside holding the band on. If you try to get them off to get the band off it is very difficult (you'll need a hammer) and you have a very high chance of damaging the pins and causing your GPS to no longer function (apparently the two pins are used as GPS antennas).
  11. By chance does anyone know the size of washer (or bolt) that most EUCs use to keep the pedals spaced evenly? Also, where can I get them from? I need to order some for my MSP - but I'm not sure what to order. Above is a pic of my V10 pedals to illustrate what I mean by 'spacers'.
  12. Hi Luke, yes I have one of your mounts for my V11 too. If you take off the screws of the watch it exposes a pin inside that cannot be moved. So, it seems they designed it so the bands are not replaceable. Exactly how did you get yours off?are you able to put them back on? I want mine to be re-usable
  13. I grabbed one of these LEMT watches to run EUC World. I had intended to mount it to my wheels, or to my wristguards. I am really disappointed that: (1) the bands are not removable (without destroying them) (2) the charge point is on the back of the watch, and the charge adapter covers the entire backside, which means I can't cover the back of the watch with velcro and slap it onto my wristguards like I planned (see photos below). This suuucks. (3) the bands are too small to go around my MC jacket So... I need a band extender to I can wrap this thing around my MC jack
  14. Has anyone ever filed their pedal hangers to decrease the angle that Gotway uses? I would like my pedals a bit more flat. So... has anyone ever done it? How did it go? Was it difficult?
  15. V11 pedals work perfectly fine on most MSPs - this includes V11 Stock pedals and V11 Honeycomb. I got my Honeycombs today, their greeeeaat!. That left me with an extra pair of stock V11 pedals for my MSP - works fine, nice upgrade for the MSP. It just don't work for unlucky people that have the very first few batches of MSPs (the ones that have extra slanted pedals).
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