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Ever cutout on a Gotway wheel because you couldn't hear the beeps? It's not uncommon to hear from people who love to ride fast. I've been struggling with the beeper placement ever since I purchased a Gotway. After many months and a cutout, I finally came up with the FlyBeeper. This mod positions the beeper straight up unobstructed by anything on your wheel. It's been tested and works great. For those wanting to do this on your own, the first 10 or so minutes are the steps necessary to split the shell and install it. I'm not positive if the stock buzzer wire length is long enough so solder
- The Tesla looks pretty BORING with its snazzy fake carbon fibre and black trim. - The buzzzer also can not be heard properly at speed and for sure not by people in front when used as a horn - The fastening of the plastic chassis that hold the 1000Wh battery pack and main board, wasnt fastened in a qualitative way. Very eager to crack around those tiny screws and washers. Basically, we need to remould this "China build" into something that holds up, can be heard and looks nice(ish) 3 fairly simple things Paint that shit uuuup 1a Remove trim (clicks off)
I rode for about an hour in very heavy rain yesterday. The MSuper V2 performed excellently in the rain, as usual. However, now the alarm beeper has a problem. It tries to make a sound, but it is much quieter than normal. I don't think it's shorted out, since it does make noise when it should, just much too quiet. I'm guessing water got into it. I have never read a report of this happening, so I'm entering the first report. I am hoping it regains its normal sound after drying out. After 24 hours, however, it still has a very quiet sound. I'll post a follow-up later once I know for sure that the