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  1. EUCs with bigger wheel exists like 22" EUC while it does not increase stability in comparison with a 18" (am I correct?), but I think there is more need for EUCs with wider tires for better tire-road adherence and for higher torques. It increases safety because you can brake faster. It can give more acceleration without slipping and higher bending angles at startup. Last time I fell down at zero speed because I asked too much torque (bending too much) however I am only 65kg. At standstill I bowed too much forward, that I fell forward (with helmet). Since it is the most powerful EUC of the world, I had confidence on it but I had to limit my confidence. apparently 1kW nominal power and 3kW max. power (gotway msuper v2) is not enough sometimes, even for somebody of 65kg. Maybe no wider wheels are planned to produce for EUCs because of motor power limitations to 3kW max power. Is that the reason for motor power limitations? (on the other side, to be honest, riding at 30km/h on a steep hill of 30degrees, is in fact good enough as EUC power) Do somebody know if a EUC exists with a 18x4 tire? I have a 18x2.5 now. gotway msuper.
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