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I have now worked on this a while and sent out a few for testing as im not able to test it here myself due to the winter. Here is a small video on how it looks and how it is installed. I will do more work on it if needed after testing or leave it as is. Any imput on design or whatever, please comment under. At least now you know that there is a mudflap soon ready to buy that can easily be taken off or installed when needed. Also, i really dig this music xD
I love my Msuper V3. But: when things get wet and dirty, it has this nasty habit to throw everything up my back the road has to offer. Uhhh, I don't like mud slinging (even though it seems to become increasingly popular in politics). So, here is my solution: a 3D printed mudguard! Pick it from the print bed, peel off the brim, smack it on your Msuper and you're set to go! If you have access to a 3D printer (pretty much any one will do), download the model file from here http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2083438, use up some 70 grams of ordinary PLA filament (< $2) and enjoy riding through Siberia in the fall. If not, google "3D Print Service" and find somebody, who prints it for you for less than $20. I put the file into public domain, so anybody can use it privat or commercially. I positively invite GotWay (happy New Year, @Linnea Lin Gotway & @Jane Mo! Does CNY come with New Year's resolutions, too?) and the nice distributors in this forum to use it. Give it your own branding if you like. And folks, please don't complain, if a distributor asks 50 bucks per piece - they have all those warranty obligations, can't exclude liability (like I do ) and still need to make a living... Here's my test ride today on Tempelhof airfield:
Hello all, I'm wondering if the current design requires a mudflap? it looks as if it does, and I only see 1 post regarding this, but I've noticed a few units with people who have made their own flaps. Is there a standard design, or tried and true solution for this? is one even needed? I do ride in snow and rain, and through puddles so I don't want to end up with mud on my suits when I commute to the office.