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  1. Hi, My name is Ben, I'm now 68. I started out with a Ninebot One E+ and soon was always on tiltback. So, I bought a KS18XL thinking that it would suffice for a while. I literally suffered the first 200 km until it could be unlocked to 50 kmh. So, I disabled the first two alarms, but could not disable the third alarm (beeps) which I set at 49 kmh, since the tiltback (ali) cannot be disabled and cannot be set over 50 kmh. Within 15 seconds of turning the wheel back on, getting on it, and accelerating, "beep, Beep, Beep, and tiltback. Man was I disappointed. It seems that I cannot get away from those stupid beeps, teeter-tottering fighting to avoid tiltback. This is not how I want to ride; I want more freedom. If there was a wheel that could do 100 mph, I'd be first in line to test it out. Here's my background: I raced motorcycles on circuit tracks at over 200 mph, and during my career, from 19 to 50 years old, I crashed 14 times at over 100 mph, twice over 160 mph, and hit a wall at 80 mph. So the miserable 30 or 40 mph just feels like child's play to me. Is there anyone out there on the same page; I'm tired of reading "31 mph is too fast anyways for anyone". I want to hear of those who are endlessly seeking higher and higher speeds. I know that there's got to be other speed junkies like me.
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