Jump to content

Search the Community

Showing results for tags 'gotway monster'.

  • Search By Tags

    Type tags separated by commas.
  • Search By Author

Content Type


Forums

  • General Electric Unicycle Forums
    • Forum Rules (and topics relating to this forum)
    • General Discussion
    • Videos
    • Reviews
    • Which Electric Unicycle to get?
    • Learning to Ride
    • Advanced Skills and Tricks
    • Riding Safety and Protective Gear
    • Apps and App-related Gadgets
    • Mods, Repairs, & DIY
    • Tires
    • Local Group Meet Ups
    • Private Sales (secondhand)
    • Commercial Advertisements
    • Video-Making and Gear
    • Off Topic Discussion
    • Testing Only
  • Brand-Specific Forums (euc only)
    • Begode (Gotway)
    • Inmotion
    • Inmotion Official Announcements and Information
    • IRON Korea and Rockwheel
    • King Song
    • King Song Official Announcements and Information
    • Ninebot
    • Veteran
  • Inactive EUC brands
    • Airwheel
    • Firewheel
    • IPS
    • Solowheel
    • Uniwheel
  • One-Wheeled Skateboards
    • One-Wheeled Skateboards
  • Two-Wheeled Self-Balancing PEVs
    • Ninebot Mini, Segway MiniPRO, Xiaomi Mini, Airwheel S8 or equivalent
    • Segway (or equivalent)
    • Hoverboard
    • Commercial Advertisements (Ninebot Mini & equivalent only)
  • Non-Self-Balancing PEVs
    • e-Scooters
    • Other Non-Self-Balancing PEVs

Find results in...

Find results that contain...


Date Created

  • Start

    End


Last Updated

  • Start

    End


Filter by number of...

Joined

  • Start

    End


Group


AIM


MSN


Website URL


ICQ


Yahoo


Jabber


Skype


Location


EUC

Found 13 results

  1. This is the Michelin City Pro tire. I bought it after i ran a flat for the 2nd time, might as well try something new. Wow! what a facelift What i noticed right away was that the rubber and sidewalls where much stiffer, this makes it possible for me to ride with even lower PSI and get the same dampening, while keeping the same control as with the stock tire. So by default, i use around 30/35 psi, now i could get away with just 20 psi. 1st thought from the first few meters of rolling, "damn this is smooth" Almost no sound from the tire at all, and it felt planted solid to the g
  2. Hello! I have designed this for anyone who would like to update the look of the wheel. https://www.eucguy.com/front-panel-module-help what are your thoughts ? i have 18 modules ready to send out, but it’s hard to find the right people.
  3. The foot plates on my monster broke, so right now am using the msuper v3 foot plate And for me they are too small, I experience a lot of foot fitigue that I didn’t experience with the original monster foot plates and I constantly have to adjust. so am asking the Uni community to help me pick the best foot plate for the monster, one that is durable and comfortable, thanks guys.
  4. After getting covered in dust from riding along the canal (much more so than I do when riding my ACM) I was wondering if anyone know's if there's been a mudguard made the the monster yet? Though with the size of it and the mess it makes it could probably do with something front and back. Maybe stick some from a moto-x bike on!
  5. Speaker_box. Gotway Monster v3. I modeled it for those who need. easier to add stuff that fits inside. https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4166639?fbclid=IwAR3nJ1C-NTo5Sr4f1wHD8gH2AYyfQR4fsUtlMnSYSutWWlZtgEfEs0k7X7I
  6. So here's a question for you all... I am currently testing a new model EUC Bodyguard on a (new to me) model wheel. Today we were trying some hill climbing - to ensure the Bodyguard remains secure, enhances grip, looks cool, et cetera. And it performed really well, as you can see here; BUT, the telemetry that I grabbed for a part of the ride could be considered a little disturbing; As mentioned above, the Monster I was riding is new to me, so I have no knowledge of what I should be expecting... What I can say is that with the EUC Bodyguard fitted, it was very easy
  7. TLDR: 1. Don't be lazy on maintenance 2. Axle nut and gyroscope are somehow dependent on each other Wheel History I've been riding the Monster 100v ever weekend since late May of 2019 with about 800 miles clocked. There were no major accidents other than the wheel tipping over onto its heavy side two/three times. Event: Today as I was leaving a NYC Kickstarter PEV demo event, I powered on the wheel in disbelief as it took on a life of its own and bolted toward the the bench it was previously leaning against. The wheel did a cool backflip onto its handle bar
  8. In great condition just found it too much for me to handle, has three batteries in it, 2400 watts, 84 volts great condition, Plastics were replaced with purple used to be red. Has selectable fast charger. Wheel has about 788 miles on it mostly from previous owner I personally have only put on about 7 miles, I am used to a lighter easier to maneuver wheel like the in-motion V8. No issues with this wheel, rides perfect and smooth. Like anybody would like to get as much as I could for it to buy another wheel, send me your offer must at least be over $2,000, may also consider cash and possible tra
  9. Getting to a driving range is a matter of choice......hitting the golf ball correctly takes some practice.....I haven't picked up a golf club for a few years. My Gotway Monster went about 12 miles to get me to the driving range. It was fun.
  10. I was wondering if anyone had managed to design & make/print a mudguard for the Gotway Monster yet please? I'm looking to buy one, if possible, as I don't know where I could get one printed locally. I can't get my ACM fixed for a while so, when the weather permits, I am using my Monster for my work commute and at the moment it's pretty much either raining or wet so at the end of the journey I'm having to wash/wipe everything down due to the spray from the Monster. I wasn't bothered about rain/wet on my ACM as it was less mess. In 2018 I'm going to look at trying to get my ACM f
×
×
  • Create New...