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I love my msuper, but it will spray water up my back just from a hosed-off sidewalk, and puddles are worse. So, inspired by this v3 fender, I designed a clip-on fender for my msuperv2. I even included a scoop halfway up it to vent water out the back instead of spraying it into the shell. It holds itself on with clips that wrap around the edge of the shell, and pops on and off in a couple of seconds. I gave it "legs" that stick out so I could park the wheel in place without having to lean it up against something or lay it flat, and that worked really well, though the current prototype has one of its legs snapped off from a less-than-ideal dismount.
I love my Msuper V3. But: when things get wet and dirty, it has this nasty habit to throw everything up my back the road has to offer. Uhhh, I don't like mud slinging (even though it seems to become increasingly popular in politics). So, here is my solution: a 3D printed mudguard! Pick it from the print bed, peel off the brim, smack it on your Msuper and you're set to go! If you have access to a 3D printer (pretty much any one will do), download the model file from here http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2083438, use up some 70 grams of ordinary PLA filament (< $2) and enjoy riding through Siberia in the fall. If not, google "3D Print Service" and find somebody, who prints it for you for less than $20. I put the file into public domain, so anybody can use it privat or commercially. I positively invite GotWay (happy New Year, @Linnea Lin Gotway & @Jane Mo! Does CNY come with New Year's resolutions, too?) and the nice distributors in this forum to use it. Give it your own branding if you like. And folks, please don't complain, if a distributor asks 50 bucks per piece - they have all those warranty obligations, can't exclude liability (like I do ) and still need to make a living... Here's my test ride today on Tempelhof airfield:
Part 3 This bracket enable you to mount a larger light on the ninebot. It has been working for me for a little while and has proved itself to be crash tolerant and no lights have been destroyed so far'. It could also be used to mount a speedo. https://www.youmagine.com/designs/light-bracket-for-ninebot-one-e https://www.youmagine.com/designs/stand-for-ninebot-one-e This is the second 3d part a stand for ninebot one e+ https://www.youmagine.com/designs/bracket-for-mounting-lights-on-ninebot-one-e Here is my first 3d printed part for the ninebot. It is a bracket to enable mounting of compact cycle lights, the type that are secured with rubber bands. I have been out and about testing and it works fine so far. It is published at the link above if anyone is interested. Jer
Read more on project page: https://github.com/EGG-electric-unicycle/documentation/wiki EGG Electric Unicycle is a DIY and OpenSource design that can be customized for specific needs (more batteries, powerful motor, lights, etc). Main characteristics of current version: Max velocity up to 30km/h 2 battery packs making a total of 264W (range of 20kms on flat roads with a rider of 100kgs) 500W motor, 14 inches wheel Bluetooth for configuration and reading in real time the speed, current, board temperature, etc Video promotional: Video "EGG Electric Unicycle - promotion at Makerfaire Lisbon":