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Practical range of Gotway MSuper X 1600wh


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I just finished a range test run with Gotway MSuper X 1600wh.  The wheel was fully charged and ended with 6% after 98.65kms.  I weigh 1350lbs,  carrying  a 10lb backpack.  The 50% of the trip was on unpaved trail.  It is almost a round trip.  There was a breeze against my way most of the trip.  The average running speed was about 25kph and I had a couple of rest stops.

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I have to say that the last several kms were not fun - I had to ride slowly and in three occlusions I pushed it up the hill for short distances.  The wheel started to beep continuously when the battery level dropped below 10%.  So for me the practical range is about 90km.

 

 

 

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yeh that's about right i get about 50 miles I'm 210lbs with clothes on i usually ride for 40 miles and have about 27% left ...

also what should my voltage read after a full charge ? it's never read 100% in wheel log app and never reaches 84v here a pic of what i usually get is other people's the same what voltage does yours read?

 

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37 minutes ago, stephen said:

what should my voltage read after a full charge ?

The Wheellog saves data in csv files.  The minimal voltage reading is 53.6 and maximal (fully charged and at rest) is 66.32 for this trip.

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Just now, EU_commuter said:

The Wheellog saves data in csv files.  The minimal voltage reading is 53.6 and maximal (fully charged) is 66.32 for this trip.

i think you didn't understand my question ... when fully charged then go onto wheellog shouldn't it read 84v

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40 minutes ago, stephen said:

i think you didn't understand my question ... when fully charged then go onto wheellog shouldn't it read 84v

That is so strange.  My reading is never 84V.  The attached is now - being charged.  Anybody knows why?Screenshot_20180903-200945.thumb.png.0b4b78b257f1bb326ff88587de28e132.png

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38 minutes ago, stephen said:

Hi, Stephen,

I downloaded your Wheellog apk.  The voltage rating is the same 62.xxVolt!  Did I get a 64V instead of 84V msx?  But I can use the Ewheels' 84V fast charger to charge it!?

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Can you tell me where is the battery setting? Is it inside the "Wheel Setting?"

Thanks.

Peter

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