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  1. Liam Mit

    King Song 14C 800W 680Wh - Broken

    Hi all, Purchased King song 14c (800w) from Wheelgo late 2015, without warning the axle cracked approximately 3 months later. Unfortunately Wheelgo no longer trade from the UK, Jason was kind enough to send me the complete service manual, but unfortunately his suggestion to 'hammer it back' was never going to work. Dispite a number of emails to http://www.szkingsong.com/ they do not appear to be able to reply. Cost £895 Broken axle 3 months later cost/ time = £298 a month. I am also lucky enough to own an ips and ninebot, had no issues with these units. Liam
  2. Quick review on @Jason McNeil's (eWheels / WheelGo) 2.5A charger. Yet another prompt and fast shipment with tracking from Jason (thanks again!) obviously, much faster charging than the stock 1.5A V5 charger, feels roughly twice as fast! 60% to full charge took a hair under 30 minutes. [2.5A fast charger stats] = (6.75" x 2" x 2" / 1.6 lbs) [1.5A stock charger stats] (6.75" x 2.75" x 3.125" / 1 lb) portability-wise, not that bad a trade-off than I previously thought! great peace of mind to the buyer in that Jason has carefully spec'd the charger to be a.) safe for the battery, and b.) of solid build quality. The only real con is the audible fan noise when connected (think loud computer fan or medium whisper), but quite honestly, you probably won't be charging for that long, in relation to stock charging. Highly recommend! (might have to pick up 1 more...)
  3. Jason McNeil

    King Song 800W, Mark II

    Our first batch of King Song 800W 14" Wheels sold out within the first week of arrival, with almost all the buyers existing Wheel users looking to upgrade to something more powerful, responsive, & with a higher safety margin. In appearance, the only visible distinction between the original & this latest variant is they've fitted red covers around the LED lights, also, but less visibly, there is a serial number stamped on the hub motor. This Gen II build was delayed by about a month, mainly due to issues implementing a new integrated bluetooth module—still to be release—it will support a new version of the App that will be compatible with both Android & IOS. Some of the other improvements for our latest consignment are: Reduce the absolute low-voltage threshold from 55v to 50vImproved water proofing around the side-panelsInclude 4A fast chargers as standardSmoother ride, especially at top speedTilt-back implementation at 30kph (2kph faster than originals)Up-rated control-board supporting over 3,500W peak powerHow much benefit is there by reducing the low-voltage from 55v to 50v? By decreasing get-off-now voltage to 50v, the KS 680Wh/800W achieves an additional 34minutes of ~25kph of cruising time, or 14km range, which is a massive 25-30% improvement in range over the previous firmware. A proper range test will be conducted tomorrow morning. Note: for the gap between 56-60min, in another recording session there is another ten minutes of (slower) ride time, so works out to about the same... With the 4A charger, how much time does it take to charge from 0%-80%? The eLogger didn't capture the charge-current, but the voltage curve is fairly good indicator of the state-of-charge, at around the 120 minute it reaches 80%.