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Hi, Anyone have info on how to deactivate speed limit on Kingsong N10 (KS1A1) ? I have not been able to try out the KS SoftTune app since im an Android user, but does it actually let me deactivate speed limit on 22km/h or have i misunderstood ? Would help if i knew how the limiter is activated, if its software through bluetooth or trough some connection like UART, etc. Regulations in Norway state that for a vehicle to be street legal and regarded as a non-motorized vehicle not subject to ordinary traffic regulations, motor driven speed must not exceed 22km/h. Since the option to buy a street legal or illegal variant of the same model is given, i'm just assuming that this limit is set by the dealer or shipped as is without speed limit. That might not be the case at all of course and the units may well be shipped to dealer with or without speed locked ? Does anyone know anything about how these limits are set on the scooters as in physical connection to some device and/or through software through bluetooth? Finding it somewhat difficult to find any information anywhere as for Kingsong scooters and i would really appreciate any information leading to me not reverse engineering the thing to death. Anyone? Thanks
Hello everyone, I need to start this entry with a Shout Out to Michael Vu! He came to Austin last weekend, and with his expert coaching and insightful encouragement I’ve a good start. Today was my second attempt at riding, and I was a bit weary of not having my balance immediately - but just like Michael told me it would happen, it did; I stepped on, balanced, and started moving with relative ease! Then that Peter walking on water moment…so like Michael coached – I rocked forward increasing speed a bit, stabilized and had a good afternoon of figure eights, straight-ways and circles! Even started working on transitioning from forward to backwards (with the help of a handrail). My legs’ muscles are adjusting. Not so much herky-jerky, but finer movement for control. I rode for a little over an hour before my legs’ muscles started feeling a bit tired which was good because I needed to stop to complete my afternoon’s obligations. The moving sensation to me seems to be more akin to snow skiing (2 skis-downhill) or bicycling rather than rollerblading or skateboarding. While I enjoy both roller blading and skateboarding, it’s nice to lean a little forward to increase power/ speed to move across a parking lot or ascend a slope instead of having to push. And to have speed/breaking control without having to make a series of turns, or drag a foot is assuring especially when cars, people, buildings…. Also, being able to just step off is really nice. Thanks again Michael!