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Ok Folks, who knows me and my wheels...Its sad, but because of the unbeatable will of Upgrading, one of my white beauties has to go: Concrete: First: KS18A 1200Watt, 1360wh, about 1 year old, build end of April 2016. Upgraded with Trolley, Mudguard, Protection Foam and 2 Fans steered manuell by plugging in the USB port. Fans only needed when temperatures exceed 30degree Celsius outside. Several minor improvements.... Fotos: and and Second: Gotway Msuper V3 67 Volt 1500 Watt, November 2016, original 820wh, upgraded with professional help from 1radwerkstatt to now complete 1160wh!, building a exclusive 820pack plus a 340wh pack, under the use of new wider white sidepads. Also done a rubber mudguard, turned all red parts into white, 3M'd the back part to see trough black! Several velcro fasteners for the use of light, extra rubber parts for learners (which you all get).... also other several minor improvements! Fotos: and and BTW: the "electro-sport.de" tapes are easy to get rid of!!! Now the important part: I let go...negotiable(but just a bit)...without transport: the Ks18 for: 899 Euro The V3 for: 999 Euro I think that are fair prices...none of the wheels had EVER had a cut-out or any other major faults...hard to get the batteries alone for that price Contact me via PM.... As you all now.....Sending overseas is not possible....the best would be a visit for a testdrive! PLEASE: Only real interests...Thanx a lot!!!! KS69 Germany/Ruhrpott
I'm just recovering from a major fall. I broke my leg and ankle in three places, tore all my ligaments off my foot, going down a somewhat steep hill in SF. I am 240 lbs/ 105kg and I assume the thing couldn't handle me. I was on a GW V3 and my motor just cut out and there goes my leg.. I was not going fast a steady 6mph breaking on a maybe 10-12 degree slope when all of the sudden it cut out and yeah.. I found out that there are not only limits to how fast but also on how much breaking or voltage or whatever you can draw from those machines. I highly recommend wearing boots, motorcycle or very solid ankle protecting boots like the once worn by EMS personal to avoid having to deal with the ligament damage not to mention fractures.. Will I ride again? Probably but avoid those hills