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Jack ex-KS
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Exciting summer as a lot of us are getting new wheels, some of us are getting the Kingsong 18L, Ninebot Z10, and for the rest of us perhaps the MSX. 

I wanted to create this for anyone that has had any problems with their MSX since receiving the unicycle. Please post here and share with your fellow riders!

Please keep reviews CONCISE with both Positives and Negatives

Include any: manufacturers defect, poor design etc

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22 hours ago, EZhel said:

4. "hard" responsive pedals. Controller does something funny with them in deep turns and series of bumps, but I stopped noticing it after 10 km or so

If your problem is the pedals dipping forward in turns, a recalibration (with an eye on the wheel being not tilted sideways) might fix it.

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About everyone who tried MSuper X, got almost the same thought that MSuperX was made by aliens. The main (central) handle isn't for human palm, when trying to lift the wheel. The telescopic handle has weird form, totally not for human grip. The angle of pedals with the form of body (edges) clearly wasn't made for human legs. That's very weird!

p.s. seriously, we guess that GotWay hired someone to make an EUC design in Autocad/3DSMax or whatever, and then the factory just made the body as it was designed, without testing ergonomics and usability.

Good thing is, pedal angle and sidepads can be customized from alien to human use.

@meepmeepmayer MSX from the shop wasn't calibrated, so first thing I did was riding to the nearest tool store, borrowing a level meter and calibrating the wheel. However if you make a deep turn or slow down hard, controller lifts the pedals noticeably, feels like a "bugfix" for dipping forward by V3 predesessor.

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Yeah, the telescopic handle is not for lifting the wheel at all.  Not just ergonomically, but if the wheel is turned on due to it being off center the wheel will spin up.  

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