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So back in the day most everyone of us rode the Ninebot One E+. No matter how hard I pushed the device at it's top speed despite the tilt back I was never able to get it to cut out. I did however manage to overlean the device by accelerating too hard. Was it my lack of skill back then to push my E+ beyond the max speed or is it that modern wheels don't have the same protection for riders to not reach cut out speed? Why can't the wheel just not permit the rider to go beyond a certain speed?
25/03/2019 for best quality picture please go to my blog, because i can't load more pics here, you can find Max user manual too to download Quote your sources! 😘👍😜 (my source is : FCC Ninebot) I called it "S Max", since recently, Segway Ninebot renamed his models to "S" ("S" Lite, "S" Plus, "S" Pro ...). Announced with a range of 31 miles / 50 kilometers, do not rely on the user manual, which mentions a speed of 15.5 mph / 25 km / h, in fact, it will reach 18.6 mph / 30 km/h. This is the photo "Label" which specifies it. That's it, I'll let you discover how Ninebot's engineers abandoned the external battery in favor of a bigger rocker. Is this a model for rental companies? According to one of my sources, this model is already in containers to the United States, for a scooter rental company, some have already arrived, hence the FCC statement. As you see here, the Max can reach 18.6 mph / 30 Km / h ... Comparison between the new Max and ES1 ES2 & ES4 Exclusive FCC Photos - External Views Exclusive FCC Photos - Internal Views if pictures don't display please look to french forumhttps://forum.urban360.com/index.php?/topic/4982-exclusif-la-nouvelle-trottinette-segway-ninebot-max/
Hello everybody, If you were ever interested in MAX or Sherpa, this year dreams will come true. MAX version 2 was a success but still not refined. Early this year I started building Max version 3 with a completely new suspension design. That's right! The time has come to redefine euc control. Imagine hitting the toughest obstacles and feet never leave the pegs? Makes me drool thinking about more testing. Walking away from an unresolved partnership at eWheels and joining 3 others to create Revolt Rides, the motivation to create is stronger than ever before. My reputation in servicing and innovations now is with Revolt Rides! I do not provide any service for eWheels and haven't for quite some time. Happy to announced funding for manufacturing MAX is available and working out details. My biggest flaws was the overall rigidity of the shell. Thankfully Will (revolt rides partner) has been developing epoxy resin layered with reinforced cloth. The first batches of MAX wheels will likely use some Chinese parts (motor and board) but mostly built here and assembled here in the USA. SHERPA on version 2 but still a bit away from being complelty satisfied with the design. If you have seen the videos, this thing is a work horse. Not designed for cruising long distances. More info coming soon! You want MAX or Sherpa in your lineup?