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  1. Ok, it's not a new idea but having launched my euc twice, thought I needed a front bumper protection. I came across these semi thick neoprene corner pads at a hardware store. It has a set of 4, cutting a piece in half is enough for a pair in front for a KS16X. I figured the adhesive won't work by itself so I used a set of 2"x4" Velcro on the pads and the front panel. It will cover the LED strips but I turned those off anyway and will add extra reflector strips at front and rear later on.
  2. I just got back from a 43km cruise with my wife and a friend. I was on my 16X. Temperature today was 7C and then 11C. Nice and sunny. Here are the stats: Rider: Mike EUC: 16X Riding weight: ~70kg Battery start and stop: 95% - 3% (66v) (also for some reason my 5A charger didn't charge the 16X all the way to 100) The first 18km took the battery down to 50% and the internal temperature according to Darknessbot was 15C and later on it was 31C. Rider: Monika EUC: MSX 84v Riding weight: ~70kg Battery start and stop: 97% - 50% (56% after resting) Rider: Petra EUC: Tesla Riding weight: ~60kg Battery start and stop 100% - 50% This is the worst range I have ever seen but also the first time we are down to single digits here! I'm gonna try again later and see if it does the same thing. I expect at least similar battery usage as the MSX. My battery was down to 60% after 18km and had dipped as low as 47%. We were riding between 30-40kmh and then we slowed down for the remainder of the cruise. Anyone else living in a cold country with a similar experience? I might need to get my 16X a fur coat if this keeps up.
  3. I'm looking for an economical EUC Stand for KS16X. Looking for ideas and Help and images of your solution if possible. Thank you
  4. *subject to change due to inclement weather, as the current forecast has scattered thundershowers for NYC Sunday Facebook NYC E-Riders RSVP: https://www.facebook.com/events/349125405751080/?active_tab=discussion
  5. Finally got down to making an adaptor for my impending KS16X As I come from an escooter background, I have a large collection of fast chargers. They usually use the 3 pin GX16-3 connector. Made an adaptor to use my fast charger with the Lenovo connector. It was really rough finding this at the electronic shops in Singapore. I mated it with a voltmeter that is calibrate-able so that the output reading is as close to 84.0V Here is the reading with the 5A 72V(84v) charger attached Some of my voltmeters and adaptors. You can see the gx16-3 to gx16-4 adaptor at the back. I use that to charge my Gotway MSX. Can’t wait for the KS16X to be here!
  6. AMP is now taking Pre-orders for the KS 16X. The 16X is the most powerful 16" wheel that KS has produced to date. Packed with features like speakers, Bluetooth connectivity, USB ports, lift stop sensors, and convenient trolley handle the 16X is certain to be an excellent commuter companion. The 2000 watt motor, 1600wh battery, 16"x 3" wheel, and 31 mph top speed will surely provide the independence to take the scenic route over whatever terrain excites you whenever the desire arises. Find out more and place pre-orders at www.ampcollectivedc.com For AMP Collective inquiries find us on Telegram @ https://t.me/ampcollectivedc
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