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@US69 Can you forward an idea for optional aftermarket items to suggest for Kingsong? They kind of did this with extra charger port, I thinking expanding the concept. Yesterday I think Jason posted that bigger pedals are in the works as an option. Great idea, I my book could be pedals surface options too. I think a formfitted (rain)cover could be a fantastic optional, for a commuter to improve weather resistance of the wheel and for people who want to avoid scratching their wheel. It could be made with some refective and foamy material similar to how the Inmotion have done for their wheels. And I still don't get why wheel makers don't make foam option like you had for ninebot s1 (I don't recall model right maybe, as I only saw pictures of this, but never owned a ninebot). In most cases manufactures tend to have optionals to improve profit thinking of other type of product, e.g. cars.
Hi everyone, I'm trying to compare and buy a new/used wheel. I came from a generic 14" wheel from eBay which I think is an Airwheel 350W 132Wh. It served me well in my learning and practicing process over the last year despite several overheating cutoffs... I did some research and narrowed my upgrade down to Gotway MCM3/4 vs IPS T350+ I understand one is 14" and one is 16", but I feel they do compare to each other. The difference I got from a little bit research is that ISP T350+ is much more reliable and the motor is a little bit stronger, but MCM3/4 is lighter and a little bit easier to carry when needed to. Even though the MCM4 is a little bit better looking, after seeing what happened to Marty Becke and his MSuper V3s+, I am kind of hesitant on choosing the Gotway. However right now Nevin is doing a little bit of used clearance and has a broken LED MCM4 for 300, and I really really want to take it. Please advice, and if anyone knows a little bit more about the reliability side of the MCM4, please share with me. Anything helps. Thanks in advance!