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Is there an existing chart or wikipedia-type page that lists the release date of EUCs?


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I didn't even discover EUCs existence until like Jan-Feb 2018. Only months later did I hear that the V8, KS14S, and KS16s are all like less than a year old.

I still don't even know if this is true.

Like, there should be a timeline type graph or something with the release date of each wheel across different companies. Did the ACM 1 come out before the KS16s? Is the MSuper older or newer than the KS18s?

There must be a place that has all this release date info in one place, or at least there should be.

 

 

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The V8 was released August or September -ish 2016 (wow! didn't realize how long it's been) as evidenced by my pre-order eWheels receipt.

Good point on the history stuff, I would love to read up on what I personally missed pre- when I got into the EUC game in 2015.

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24 minutes ago, houseofjob said:

The V8 was released August or September -ish 2016 (wow! didn't realize how long it's been) as evidenced by my pre-order eWheels receipt.

Good point on the history stuff, I would love to read up on what I personally missed pre- when I got into the EUC game in 2015.

Even just getting year down would be sweet.

V8 - 2016 (Sept)

KS14S - 2017?

KS16S - 2017?

KS18S - 2017?

KS18L - 2018

ACM (1) - 2016?

MSuper (1) - 2015?

MSuper 2  - 2016?

MSuper 3 - 2017?

MSuper 19X - 2018

MCM 2 (1?) - 2015?

MCM 3 - 2016?

MCM 4 - 2017?

MCM 5 - 2018

Monster - 2016?

Monster 2 - 2017?

Rockwheel GT16 - ?

 

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MCM Summer 2014

MCM2 December 2014

OG MCM4 -  November 2015

OG 67V ACM - April 2016

OG 67V MSuperV3 - September 2016

Monster - December 2016 / January 2017

Rockwheel GT16v1 Q4 2016 for Asia, Feb/March 2017 for Int'l

KS16S - April 2017

KS18S - June 2017

KS14S - July 2017

100V Monster - Q4 2017 / Q1 2018

 

... and FYI, InMotion Global YouTube just put out a timeline vid of their product history (they list July for the V8, so my August/September must be the International release):

 

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  • 2 weeks later...

I'll just add these

 

MCM - released ~ Summer 2014

  • AMK (500w) motor. 
  • Clicking power button. 
  • No BT.  (BT board was not yet installed)
  • Non-adjustable warning beeps
  • Shell colors: solid white and black
  • Battery options: 170wh, 260wh, 340wh, 680wh
  • Tire type 1

MCM2 - released ~ December 2014

  • AMK (500w) motor.
  • Clicking power button.
  • BT. 
  • Non-adjustable warning beeps
  • Shell colors: solid white, solid black, carbon black, solid red
  • Battery options: 170wh, 260wh, 340wh, 680wh
  • Tire type 1 and 2

MCM2s - released ~ April 2015

  • AMK (500w) motor.
  • Momentary power button. 
  • BT.
  • Adjustable warning beeps (first 2 stages)
  • Shell colors: solid white and carbon black
  • Battery options: 260wh, 340wh, 680wh
  • Tire type 2

MCM2s+ released ~ June 2015

  • HB (550w) motor. 
  • Momentary power button. 
  • BT. 
  • Adjustable warning beeps (first 2 stages)
  • Shell colors: solid white and carbon black
  • Battery options: 260wh, 340wh, 680wh
  • Tire type 2
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MSuper V2's came out sometime in late 2014, or maybe very early in 2015, in three variants ("high torque", "middle speed", "high speed"). They had 1000W motors, each with different winding to produce different torque/speed -balance. The motors and the mainboards couldn't be swapped from one model to the other, ie. "high-speed" -mainboard wouldn't work correctly with "middle speed" or "high torque" -motor.

Apparently the MSuper V3's have had many variants also, although not sure how well they're named, if at all. EUC Extreme was complaining about the fact to me once, they kept changing and tweaking things, and the factory didn't know what boards were used in which batch, and couldn't provide the correct boards anymore. You can imagine Vee blowing a lot of boards with his ride style...

Also, trip down memory lane and history, models from 2014 & 2015 or thereabouts: http://www.ewheels.org/catalog/single-wheels

We did have a spec sheet for wheels at one point, but a forum update blew up the formatting, and no one had the time or interest to keep updating the list, as back then, new wheels from many manufacturers were coming quite often. Most of the newer members have never even heard of Fastwheel, F-Wheel (different company), Firewheel, Legway, TG (TeamGee)... Rockwheel was thought extinct also, until they came up with the GT16.

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