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    Arlington, TX
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    King Song 16X

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  1. I've installed the new Control Board v1.07. I did the BT patch and calibrated. I'm still getting slight tiltbacks (not 100% sure, new rider). I've only got 70 miles on it. I'll be riding without BT music for the next 100 miles and post my results.
  2. Of all the wheels available on the market, KS16X is one of the best for NOT overheating. Check out Marty's review on YouTube. He is not a heavy set rider, but he has consistently tested different wheels for Overheating (Overheat Hill). I would differently consider the Nikola Plus, Monster and KS16X. I've the KS16X (only wheel I ever owned). Never overheat on me because we don't have challenging hills in Texas.
  3. Hill Climbing (Concrete street) 30 yards... don't know the incline... looks steep to me On 1.05... no problem, but I would have to warm up to it. Like at the beginning of my ride, it is slow, but after the 1st lap... going up the same hill is no problem. On 1.07... It goes up the hill with speed. Once again, the pedal feels more solid. In my opinion, It goes up hill better than when I was on 1.05
  4. KS16X is my first EUC too. It took me 2 weeks to learn and be comfortable riding it outside. I got the seat too. But it looks like it'll be another 2 weeks of learning skill.
  5. Because of the recent random tilt forward and backward. Jason advised upgrade and calibration. I upgraded tonight from v1.05 to v1.07 and did a calibration. The KS16X definitely feels different. Its more responsive and the foot pedal is a harder feel like the ground when leaning forward. Didn't realize it was giving way (softer feel) before. Only rode 4 miles after the upgrade, didn't have any random tilts.
  6. I contacted Jason at eWheels... response: Have you tried running a calibration on the Wheel? This usually corrects those undulations. Please also upgrade to v1.07, a number of Customers have reported v1.05 cutout events. https://forum.electricunicycle.org/topic/16302-important-16x-riders-please-upgrade-from-v105-to-v107/ So, I upgraded tonight from v1.05 to v1.07 and did a calibration. The KS16X definitely feels different. Its more responsive and the foot pedal is a harder feel like the ground when leaning forward. Didn't realize it was giving way (softer feel) before. Only rode 4 miles after the upgrade, didn't have any random tilts.
  7. For the past month, I've been getting noticeable random forward tilt and back tilt. Before, it was slight and I just ignored it and kept going. I'm 190 lbs, 1st batch, v1.05... Temp was not high... usually happens at the beginning of the ride I noticed it is effected and re-adjust when I go up or down a small incline or decline. Does anyone have a solution or suggestion? Thank you
  8. Thank you for taking the time for explaining the advantages of 21700. The Electric Skateboards are going 21700... Backfire G3 for $700 has 21700 Battery Cells (12S 50.4V)
  9. I agree... Just simple physical science... You can pack more volume of little rocks in a jar than with bigger rocks. If it is the same Lithium Ion material/technology then more material packed in a given volume will produce more power. Is this wrong? I don't understand the amp or discharge threshold of a bigger battery, is there a scale of economy because of size? So, the only advantage is if there is new material or methods put into the battery?
  10. Idk... I'm happy with the power, range and speed, but I would like King Song to fine tuning the product and fix the bugs
  11. I don't know... didn't look... but it was 83 degrees F outside
  12. Query: The random Tilt forward issue... has it been solved? I'm 190 lbs with gear probably 200 lbs. v1.05 100% battery, BT music was ON. I've done the BT update... 10 minutes ish into ride. I was getting Tilt forward. I did go as fast as I am comfortable. I was already slowing down and then notice Tilt forward. Turned OFF and On again to reset tilt.
  13. WearOS... so Samsung Gear S3 is a no go?
  14. That's exactly what I doing with my PVC pipes. Pro Tip: use foam insulation to keep the pipes from burning your case... like how I did it.
  15. I'm new... this is my first wheel. My info is a collection of things read here and on YouTube. Anyway, Foot position is important. The one leg or one knee touching the case, is a move describe by evvhere on YouTube about how NYC EUC riders are able to make quick sharp turns in traffic. The outer knee leans in on the case. I've be practicing in an empty parking lot and accelerating while in a turn. I agree with Unventor, there is a sweet spot when I get my foot in the correct position there is no wobbles during acceleration. But if I'm tired, I will get wobbles. I've been able to correct speed wobbles (foot in wrong position and I'm not that good in adjusting position while riding)... I would straighten out my knees or loosen up and slow down a bit. The important one is how to maintain control during an emergency braking wobble. Still figuring this one out. So, I'm riding cautiously to avoid emergency braking situation. I believe, foot spread helps to balance the wheel with more leverage. Like using a short handle shovel vs a long handle shovel. My heels are touching the case cause I maintain control with the Kuji pads.
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