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  1. My charge port caps got warm and lost their shape a little bit so they don't stay locked on as well. Are there higher quality more waterproof rubber caps I can replace them with?
  2. @houseofjob Did an endurance ride and rode the whole thing on soft mode. Long story short I don't think I'll be going back to hard mode once I got over the initial weirdness of the pedals dipping it was much easier to accelerate, keep a pace, and brake!
  3. Thanks for the full breakdown @houseofjob that all makes sense I'll have to experiment with it more. On an unrelated note I'm cross posting this here just for maximum visibility so everyone sees it: WARNING!!! I HIGHLY suggest anyone who hasn't yet to double check all the scews and make sure they're tightened and especially the pedals. My pedals looked like they were tightened all the way but they were just loctited and only screwed in halfway. I definitely was able to tighten all 4 of the pedal bolts significantly more than they were. I suggest you untighten the pedals a good amount to break the loctite and then retighten them all the way to be sure.
  4. WARNING!!! I HIGHLY suggest anyone who hasn't yet to double check all the scews and make sure they're tightened and especially the pedals. My pedals looked like they were tightened all the way but they were just loctited and only screwed in halfway. I definitely was able to tighten all 4 of the pedal bolts significantly more than they were. I suggest you untighten the pedals a good amount to break the loctite and then retighten them all the way to be sure.
  5. "This charger is intended for devices, such as the Nikola+ & MSP, with at least 96x cells configured in a 24s4p format. LG has a maximum rate of charge specification for this M50T cell of 3.4A @77°F (25°C)–113°F(45°C)–if charging at lower temperatures, the current level should be reduced to the 6A setting" This is from the quick charger page on eWheels. Does this mean if the wheel is at room temperature (74f) it shouldn't be charged higher than 6a? Seems like you'd never be able to charge at higher speeds then unless you just finished a ride?
  6. Soft mode feels very strange coming from an 84v msx. I always rode on medium on it which in comparison is rock hard. So I have the Sherman set on strong/hard mode and I haven't scraped too badly yet on tight 180s. Strong mode definitely keeps the pedals higher than medium. What exactly is the benefits of soft mode? Better battery life? I just don't understand why you'd want your pedals to dip like that.
  7. Maiden voyage! 70 miles at 30-35mph average speed in high winds (15-25mph gusts) and cooler temperatures (65f) @ 200lbs on hard/strong mode @ 27.5psi with the knobby tire on flat asphalt terrain. How's that for details?! 😛 Was able to maintain 30mph up until around 60 miles. Virtually no voltage sag. Kept taking my headphones out listening for beeps but they didn't come until it was basically dead. Love it!
  8. If 76v = 0% 99.5v = 100% What voltage would 80% and 90% be? Edit: (0 * 0.235) + 76 = 76v @ 0% (50 * 0.235) + 76 = 87.75v @ 50% (80 * 0.235) + 76 = 94.8v @ 80% (90 * 0.235) + 76 = 97.15v @ 90% (100 * 0.235) + 76 = 99.5v @ 100% (99.5-76)/100 = 0.235 (this is how you find that number)
  9. I don't know... Someone else should be able to answer this tho. I'm interested now too that seems like a good choice.
  10. Just out of curiosity what battery level did yours come shipped?
  11. Ah fair enough I guess that makes sense. Maybe the user who had the pogo stick issue I'm thinking about didn't have their suspension calibrated properly.
  12. How bad for the battery is it if you fully charge it to the max and then the braking regen tries to charge it more? Would this only be a real issue if you fully charged it and then went on some hilly riding or would regular stop and go riding do enough cause damage to the cells?
  13. Eh. The guy behind him who stuck the landing didn't have suspension on his wheel did he? The guy who crashed was riding seated... I can't help but feel like even if it did have suspension if you hit a pothole at those speeds without having time to position yourself to prepare for it the suspension would probably end up acting like a pogo stick/trampoline and shoot you off regardless. It might even throw you higher?
  14. Ah I misunderstood your first post. I thought there was a single charger that could go up to 10 amps.
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