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  1. Hey, is there any owner of the Green & Fashion 1859Wh 84V MSX ? I guess it is going to be my next wheel for this summer and I really wanna know everything I can before I buy... I would like to know mostly about Range and overall performance in time... There are some people getting 40 miles range out of 1300Wh MSX, so what would be the range of this 1859Wh battery? I am a high cruising speed guy, I ride around 25-30mph all the time, so I guess Im really gonna drain the battery faster.. Also my riding weight is around 170lbs or 77Kg. Thank you guys and stay safe!
  2. Some stuff i designed and used on my wheels MSX pedal pin: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4216380 MSX stand: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3821694 MSX mudguard: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4195445 Powerpads: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4279839 Monster stand: Monster mudguard: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4279858 MCM5 stand: [ to be updated ]
  3. Hey y'all! I've spent a year riding EUCs and ripping through upgrades (IPS i6, InMotion V8, KS18L w/Pedal Upgrade, MSX100V 1.23kWh, and now a MSX100V 1.85kWh coming in the mail). I started off thinking "bleh, I'm not a speed demon like those crazies riding GotWays" so I started off small, but I found that I really love the speed and safety of having more power and keeping up with cars at 70km/h. The big tires also lessen my fear of potholes and other road surface aberrations. Alongside my other hobbies (skydiving and alpine climbing), EUC riding is up there on my favorites list. The EUC i
  4. Hi All, Sorry if this addressed somewhere else. I just started with EUC about a month ago and am obsessed. I upgraded from the KS14d to the MSX and was loving the transition. 2 weeks in some dude on a bike hardcore takes me out and sends my new MSX tumbling end over end. I was able to ride it home but now the body isn't lining up (concerned about moisture and debris getting in there), does anyone know where I can get this fixed in NYC? Eager to get back out on the road and hoping to resolve this ASAP without needing to buy another one. Total newbie in this world, so any he
  5. Hello everybody. I want to clear my brain of some worries and listen to input about this from other riders who may have more knowledge on this than me. On a group ride in late Feb, I rode about 45km and returned home with 35% battery remaining. Pretty good for a day spent going up long hills as well as down them, in temps between 4-7C Just recently after that, I decided to get some Silicone and made a custom gasket for my sidepanels. Just as an insurance against any future water ingress. There's obviously been some water in my color LED's because on the left side they spaz out, even whe
  6. I recently purchased a new motherboard for my MSX. The original; after two years, two-thousand+ miles and innumerable west coast rainy days exploded in a torrential downpour. Technically it was a 100v resistor that exploded but the damage to the board was severe and beyond repair. The latest motherboard arrived in fine working order and promptly from my friends at eWheels.c0m. Those familiar with this piece of hardware will notice the additions. To make a long story short, no pun intended; I shorted the "5V" while hooking up another headlight. now the board that I had such great int
  7. Selling my 100v MSX 1230wh from ewheels (original box included). Warranty good until April 2020. Only has 800 miles on it. It's taken a few tumbles at low speeds (<10 mph) so it's all cosmetic "damage". Comes with fender/stand from ewheels, GW seat, and 4-amp fast charger. I can leave the DIY Powerpads and Kuji Pads on or take them off if you like. Lights all work great. I added a reflector (sticker) on the back because I ride at night. Range of ~40 miles if you take it easy or ~20 miles if you ride all out. I typically hear beeps around 40mph on this wheel at 100% battery. $1400 Local
  8. MODERATORS: Please be kind, while there is a little bit of promotion in this post, the primary objective is to get input from riders, to allow us to offer the best solution possible for everyone. This is a call to all current MSX owners... We would like some assistance from you, please... If you don't want to read all of this post, skip down to the RED paragraph. As you may have seen (or not) Roll.nz has just expanded our EUC range to to include a selection of the Gotway wheels. This allows us to cater to the local (New Zealand) EUC market, but it also allows us to now develop EU
  9. If you have the 100v MSX with the oscillation problem, then this post might help you with the upgrade. This only affects the recent batch of MSuper Xs from eWheels with 1860 wh batteries. @Jason McNeil has been working with Gotway to provide new controllers and after the first batch was a bust, we have the replacements and are ready to try them out. First heads up is that the new controllers were sent with the wrong main connector (at least mine was). It has the smaller XT-60 connector which is not going to fit. The one that you currently have is most likely the XT-90 which is the heavier
  10. So, I felt like the stock MSX tire is fine for the street, but pretty weak on any kind of trail. I wanted to try out a dual sport tire which could work on the trails and the road. I decided to try out the Shinko 244. There are other options out there that people have tried, but I really liked the look of this one. The problem is that tire lists the width at 2.75". Then the specs show that it is at 2.95" which is only about 1/8" wider than the stock tire. So, I thought, it should be fine. However, inflated the tire really measures about 3.25". Ouch, so what to do? I had to use a belt
  11. 84v msx (batteryless) Comes with 1 regular GotWay Chargers shell is a bit split in the front but any euc vet can fix with no problem or just swap the shell , and your batteries and your set , also has euc guy power pads ,if interested let me know I can shoot you some pictures. Asking for $700 great back up wheel !!! Local pickup only (Manhattan/Brooklyn)
  12. I had issues with my new MSX charger, it popped when I plugged it in and would not charge, the shop replaced it. Now my app shows 64v at 100% charge. Is that normal, is the app incorrect, did the charger damage some cells, should I test the poles on the charge port?
  13. I'm parting out my MSX. Selling whatever I can get for it. Shipping is possible but only confimed Paypal addresses. Parts: MSX Pedals (left and right) 80usd Motherboard (early batch) 100usd Motherboard (latest Aug 8 2019) 150usd Inner casings (both sides, has some damage, request pics) 60usd Outer Side Panels (both sides, 60 usd) Handle (40usd, bars and the handle itself) MSX motor Wheel (includes non working motor, pedal arms, axel)- 50usd. (the motor might be able to be fixed, no promises) Brand New BMS 84v. (You can extend the ran
  14. These three EUCs have all sold, but there are plenty more available from eWheels! I've got three EUCs for sale. I'm in Los Angeles, California and will give you a free introductory training session, first time riders welcome, or a more advanced training session, if you're experienced. Whatever your skill level, I can help you be a better rider. If you like, I also can help you update the firmware, get the right App, connect to your smartphone, inflate the tire, and do what I can to make sure you're all set-up. No shipping charge, if we meet. Shipping cost will vary, depending on your loca
  15. Hi Guys, I ordered the MSX 100v 1845wh from green and fashion travaling shop (Ali Express) on July 17th and I just received it today. Unfortunately it came without a charger so just left them a note, hopefully i dont have to wait another month for the charger. It does show 100% battery so i will be able to play with it for a few days. My question is how can i check that i received the right wheel? is there a way to check if it is the 100v model? and that it actually has 1845 battery? I have connected the gotway app and darknessbot but it does not give me the information i need. I do see
  16. Does anyone have a working msx motor they want to sell? thank you
  17. Link: https://www.facebook.com/groups/GotWay/permalink/2477689168956057/ My Gotway MSX (84V) Battery Repair Journey Background: https://www.facebook.com/groups/GotWay/permalink/2465864426805198?sfns=mo As stated previously, I came back from a one week holiday and encountered an issue with my Gotway MSX. I realised my battery was depleting very fast despite starting my ride with a full charge. Turns out my battery has an issue and was unable to reach the full charge of 83.7V(as indicated by my own voltmeter). It was able to charge to 79.4V and my stock charger wo
  18. Hello! Im not sure how many of the people who bought the tilted sidepads are members of this forum, but could those of you who are give me some feedback on them? Whats good, whats bad. Photos or video to show them in action, after wear.. etc. - Mathias/ EUCGUY photo by Steve jo
  19. When talking about the latest Monster v3 upgrade and the possibility of swapping the 800Wh battery packs from an older Gotway wheel, I decided to get an MSX without the battery and to swap my ACM2 batteries from 2018 to the MSX. I thought this would be a simple disconnect/reconnect task. You probably guessed already that this was not not quite that simple as I am posting this for others to read before going this route. The battery in my ACM has 3 connectors. The main current draw goes through a thick wire pair to an XT60 connector. The BMS hooks up to 4-pin connector with think wires. Th
  20. Ok so, Hello again... I have just realised, the 18xl and MSuperX are the same price on Aliexpress... Do you guys have some experiences with those wheels? What wheel gets better range? I know MSX has higher top speed... For a daily commute +- 50km.... Thanks guys, have a great ride!
  21. Time for me to share my thoughts and feelings. When we aren't riding our wheels we're thinking about our wheels or reading about wheels or watching videos about wheels. Because wheels. So I ordered an MSX (1600Wh 84v) from Intelligent Walking Store in the beginning of November. It shipped out within the advertised 7 days and arrived a little over 2 months later. That's what happens when you order prior to Singles Day! I had no problem waiting though and I knew it would arrive eventually and if not... well that would be it's own process. A little about me first. I'm 45, born in Toro
  22. So... I've put 200 km on my V8, (my first wheel) unlocked it to 30 km/h, and and am ready for an upgrade. It'll probably have to wait a bit, but I've been doing some research in preparation and would love some feedback! In terms of my requirements: Speed: Ridiculous speeds are not what I'm after; a 35 km/h cruising speed is fine, but I reckon I'd like to aim for a 50-ish km/h max. speed for overtaking purposes and to have an ample safety margin in terms of overleaning, accidentally hitting bumps at speed, etc. TORQUE: The main decisive factor. I live in a very hilly area,
  23. Watching the dramatic slope accident with the MSX that was posted earlier and the discussions on the difficulties some riders had going downhill with the Z10, I was wondering, if we could all give some input on how to go downhill correctly. I heard people describe and saw situations where they “sit into” the downhill ride “like in a chair” and it looks to me that this was the mistake the rider in the video made resulting in his dangerous fall. Sitting into a downhill ride and putting pressure on the toes, hands high up in the air! A common mistake you see a lot in ? snowboarding. I c
  24. I just finished a range test run with Gotway MSuper X 1600wh. The wheel was fully charged and ended with 6% after 98.65kms. I weigh 1350lbs, carrying a 10lb backpack. The 50% of the trip was on unpaved trail. It is almost a round trip. There was a breeze against my way most of the trip. The average running speed was about 25kph and I had a couple of rest stops. I have to say that the last several kms were not fun - I had to ride slowly and in three occlusions I pushed it up the hill for short distances. The wheel started to beep continuously when the battery level dr
  25. My riding weight has been between 235-240 lbs. I purchased 9B1E+ for local trips and for use with public transit. It handled my weight well and I never had any problems including using the "flimsy" trolley. I "thought" I had no need for hi -speed, but wanted a little more speed and range so I could commute to work without using Public transit. I looked at the INmotion Glide 3 (V8), but Jason thought it would only be a marginal upgrade for my size. I watched the various, umh, "discussions" on the forum regarding speed, big batteries, range, etc. I watched with amazement (but with what
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